Aperture cards were the medium of choice for many organizations in technical fields such as engineering and architecture. These were used for storing technical information such as blueprints and engineering schematics. However, with the advent of newer data formats and technologies, many companies are now finding it more cost-effective to shift to digital document workflow systems.
Converting aperture card archives into digital file formats gives organizations a number of distinct advantages, such as easier access to the data stored in the cards, and the elimination of the cost of maintaining obsolete systems for reading and printing card data. The amount of physical space needed to store the cards is also greatly reduced, making it possible to re-purpose the space for other business functions.
CDG's experience in the industry assures clients of its commitment to quality and security. As an organization that works with government agencies, financial services companies, and the defense sector, CDG follows stringent quality assurance and security standards.
To learn more about the aperture card scanning and data conversion services offered by CDG, visit the company's website at http://www.cdgnow.com, or call 1-800-862-5691.
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