Service bureaus, corporations, financial institutions, healthcare and government entities and other organizations involved in converting microfilm images into digital files are continually challenged to deliver high-quality images.Read MoreView PDF
Among numerous prestigious organizations, Crowley Imaging has had the privilege to digitize collections from several Presidential libraries. Two recent projects encompassed the digitization of papers from the estates of Presidents Washington and Franklin Delano Roosevelt.Read MoreView PDF
Retired engineer Tom Tryniski devotes his time to scanning hundreds of historical newspapers from microfilm using a Wicks and Wilson 8850 Scanstation for hosting to his free pubic website, Old Fulton New York Post Cards.Read MoreView PDF
Ancestry.com utilizes Mekel Technology MACH-series microfilm scanners to digitize archived records. These Mekel scanners replaced almost twice as many competitive models while increasing output by 35%.Read MoreView PDF
The Papers of Abraham Lincoln (PAL) conversion project team purchased two Zeutschel color scanners to digitize material written by or to Abraham Lincoln for online hosting.Read MoreView PDF
To preserve and provide better access to archived issues of the Carroll County Times newspaper, Crowley Imaging digitally scanned and indexed microfilm records for hosting to the Carroll County Public Library's online archive.Read MoreView PDF
A leading U.S. food producer recently purchased a UScan microform scanner to help retrieve and archive key engineering drawings.Read MoreView PDF
The initial goal of the Archives was to serve as a microfilm repository of archival papers housed in private hands and other institutions.Read MoreView PDF
Ten InoTec SCAMAX 4x2-series document scanners have been implemented to update the electronic records management practices of a multi-facility hospital system.Learn MoreView PDF
With almost 34,000 students pursuing higher education in 2010, a North Carolina university has changed the way students “hit the books” with the purchase of seven Zeutschel overhead book copiers.Learn MoreView PDF
Lack of staff, sheer volume and legalities were but a few issues that required careful consideration before digitizing portions of the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee collections held by Harvard Divinity School’s Andover-Harvard Theological Library.Learn MoreView PDF
Of all documents and materials created in the course of business conducted by the United States Federal government, only 1 to 3 percent is considered important enough for legal or historical reasons to be permanently preserved or archived.Learn MoreView PDF
The Wyoming State Engineers Office undertook a multi-year information technology project to help combat and assimilate a doubling of workload, a significant staff increase and
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A world leader in the digital imaging industry for more than three decades, The Crowley Company is a unique blend of manufacturer, distributor and service bureau.
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The team’s combined wealth of business, equipment and imaging knowledge has led the company through three decades of continuous growth and technological leadership.
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In October of 1996, the company’s ownership and leadership was assumed by Chris, filling the role of company president, and Pat as vice president - titles that they still hold today.
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The Crowley Company is headquartered in Frederick, Maryland with manufacturing, imaging and sales branches in California, Michigan, New York, Ohio and Pennsylvania.
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