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See invitation to Seminar and Tour at IDI’s Facility Below

It has been a very busy summer at IDI. IDI digitized nearly 1 million images of scrapbooks, documents, slides, photos and negatives for a high profile History of Flight Collection at the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum in Washington DC. Link to video: IDI scanning at the Smithsonian. IDI also completed 2 publishing projects on site at the Philadelphia Library Co. and at the Philadelphia Historical Society-one a Migration collection and the other a World’s Fair Collection.

IDI’s Digital Memory Media Division completed scanning over 10,000 slides for the Brooklyn Academy of Music and has started a large 350 video, 10,000 photo, 5,000 press releases, press kits newsletters project for Mercedes Benz USA.

IDI was also very busy with our Pharmaceutical conversions digitizing 1,000 lab books in New England, research books off site in NJ and 300,000 research documents in our facility. We also completed digitizing over 1,000,000 business records for The American Bible Society and 200,000 Medical records including EKG’s for a high profile Union in the Metropolitan area.

Library conversions included digitizing all the real estate files for Maplewood Public Library which are now full text searchable on their Digi-Find-it Portal and numerous yearbook conversions including NJIT (New Jersey Institute of Technology) and West Orange Public Library.

Digital Memory Media currently has 12 Fund Raising Sessions this Fall and we are still booking dates. We can book multiple session the same dates. Please call or e-mail Dave Cavalli to book a date or for session information.

Innovative Document Imaging (IDI) is inviting you to a very informative imaging seminar and tour of our new facility in East Brunswick NJ-(Agenda below) We are offering the choice of 2 dates Sept. 30 or Oct. 13. Please call Shelby (receptionist) 732-613-7170 for a reservation as bookings will fill fast.

Seminar/Tour Agenda
10:00- IDI overview and Imaging Benefits
10:15- Imaging Applications – how to get started, content to digitize
10:30- Demonstration of IDI’s Digi-Find-It Portal searching and set up
11:00- Digital Memory Media- overview on imaging videos, photos, slides,
negatives, 8mm and 16mm film
11:30- Preview of our new offering The NJ History Portal which will have the
most extensive collection of searchable NJ history in 1 location
12:00- How to Fund Raise with IDI’s Digital Media Memory Sessions.
12:15- Tour of the facility- including demonstrations of IDI’s robotic book
scanners, microfilm and microfiche scanning and photo and video scanning
12:45 Lunch and drawing (prize TBD)

Library Session Schedule

2nd Upper Shores 4:00pm-7:00pm
12th Suffern 11:00am-2:00pm
19th Manchester 11:00am-1:00pm
26th Washington Township 1:00pm-3:00pm

3rd Meadowlands Museum 12:00pm-2:00pm
17th Red Bank 12:00pm-2:00pm
17th Waretown 11:00am-1:00pm
17th Brick 12:00pm-2:00pm
24th Monroe 12:00pm-2:00pm
24th Summit 10:00am-12:00pm

7th Montclair Hist. Society 11:00am-2:00pm
15th Milburn-Short Hills Hist. Society 2:00pm-4:00pm

Sponsoring organizations receive twenty percent of all proceeds as a donation from Digital Memory Media.

Want to bring Digital Memory Media to your library? Contact David Cavalli at 800-380-9058 or email him at dcavalli@idiimage.com.

Or visit us at www.dmmem.com and place your order via the web.

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Warm Regards,

MartyMartin Tannenbaum
Innovative Document Imaging