An IDI Newsletter
IDI has a new marketing Representative Alec Carroll who will be assisting our sales manager with the IDI Library and Education Markets, they will also work on new imaging conversion sales. Alec has been with IDI for 3 years, having previously worked in our Pharmaceutical Imaging Division.
In May IDI will be setting up for two University Library conversions in Michigan that include 3D object photography. For these two projects we will be using two 71 megapixel Book2Net Publication scanners. IDI has also started on an Ivy League Library project in IDI’s secure facility in East Brunswick. The project includes papers from a high profile Presidential cabinet appointee.
We have two new projects in from Brooklyn historical organizations, which will include photos, negatives and slides, and a historic newspaper from 35mm microfilm rolls.
IDI will be exhibiting at the NJLA in Atlantic City May 30-Jun 1, we will be demonstrating a new DigiFind-it web site housing out of copyright NJ historical content from throughout the state. Be sure to stop by to say hello and see our latest products.
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We want to thank all the libraries that have partnered with IDI on the Digital Memory Fund raising programs the last 6 years. We have enjoyed doing the sessions and I hope the funds raised were beneficial. In 2018 we will be scheduling only a few designated library sessions as I believe a 1 year program hiatus will result in an increase in fund revenues in 2019.
visit us at www.dmmem.com
Thank you for your business.
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