eScanTech is full-service conversion of your paper documents into non-proprietary electronic images. We can either provide you with a software package or online access for you to retrieve your documents, or these electronic images can be imported into any other imaging system of your choice.

Our experience makes us extremely efficient, so we can provide you with low-cost, quick conversion services.

eScanTech is staffed with a wealth of talented individuals who have been trained specifically in production accuracy and quality. Our standards of excellence are reflected in our conversion quality control. Each document is checked individually for accuracy to ensure optimum readability. From hand written notes to highly confidential documents, each item is handled with extreme care.

There are many factors in determining whether or not to outsource your project. Most often, outsourcing these projects results in lower costs, better quality, and earlier completion. Here are some reasons to consider outsourcing your project to eScanTech:

Equipments

Using eScanTech means no hassles with personal issues or learning curves when implementing a new technology. Most large conversion projects involve the skills of PC and network technicians. eScanTech has an exceptionally talented technical staff to assist our clients in importing images and index databases into their imaging systems.

Our Services

Cost, Quality, Efficiency

Our staff has specific performance goals for each project, and we are constantly improving our throughput rates. This means you get your project completed quicker, and at a competitive price. Because this IS our business, we can accurately estimate job completion times, making sure your documents are back to you in a timely manner to meet your goals and needs.

Expertise

eScanTech uses high production scanners from Kodak, Fujitsu and Cannon.

Most large conversion projects involve the skills of PC and network technicians. eScanTech has an exceptionally talented technical staff to assist our clients in importing images and index databases into their imaging systems.