Crowley to Showcase Imaging Solutions and Services at IFLA Conference

Frederick, Md. and Columbus, Oh. – Global imaging leader The Crowley Company (Crowley) will partner with Zeutschel GmBH (Zeutschel) to showcase new scan systems and library technologies at the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) Conference and Assembly beginning Sunday, August 14th. For the first time in 15 …

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Crowley to Demonstrate New Scan Systems at Orlando Conference

Frederick, Md. and Orlando, Fl. – The Crowley Company (Crowley) will showcase new scan systems at the 2016 Annual American Library Association Conference (ALA). ALA attendees will participate in hands-on demonstrations of Crowley’s wide range of scanning solutions, including the new UScan+ HD and Zeutschel 16000 in Booth 1061 beginning …

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MACH7380 Reference Archive Scanner Released to Market

“There are a thousand aging i7300 and other model reference scanners still in use, which speaks strongly to market demand. Unfortunately, the Windows XP platform on which many of these were built is no longer supported by Microsoft; ongoing maintenance and repair is becoming costly. The MACH7380 has been engineered to continually adapt to future operating system versions.”

Crowley Company Adds International, Local Sales Staff

Frederick, MD and Basingstoke, UK– Christopher Crowley, president of The Crowley Company, a worldwide manufacturer and supplier of high-volume and walk-up book, microfilm and document scanners, micrographic imaging systems and digitization services, today announced the addition of Duncan Moule and Paul Ottariano to the firm’s sales team.

“We’re particularly excited to have …

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HistoryIT, Inc. and The Crowley Company Announce Partnership to Provide Combined Services

”HistoryIT’s partnership with The Crowley Company, emphasizes Gwinn-Becker, “will allow us to deliver an end-to-end solution – from strategy to scanning to software to searchability and sharing – for organizations of any size. This approach is not only in the best interests of our customers; it is in the best interest of the important histories that they protect.”

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