5904 Robertson Ave.
Nashville, TN 37209
When you're planning to convert hundreds or thousands - maybe
millions of documents, Microfilm Services' experience counts. Since
1987, we have successfully completed some of the most complex and high
volume backfile conversion projects in the mid-south.
We are an Authorized Lab. This means that your film is covered under
our Disaster Recover Plan. If your film is damaged due to smoke or
water, we will rewash, dry, and roll the film onto a replacement reel.
Our extensive capabilities include conversion of Medical Records,
Financial Records, and Government Records.
THE ADVANTAGES OF MICROFILMING YOUR DOCUMENTS
Records on microfilm need as little as 2 percent of the space
occupied by the same records on paper.
PERFORMANCE UNLIKE PAPER:
Microfilm can be used frequently without wear or damage. Since
microfilm does not deteriorate with age like paper, it is equally
valuable for archival storage.
Microfilm is economical to duplicate and compact to store.
Duplication can be made for working records, and the master film can
be stored in a separate protected location. Thus, records are
protected from fire, water, and smoke damage.
Federal legislation clearly states that microfilmed business records
are as admissible in evidence as the original documents, whether the
originals are in existence or not. Hospitals, Insurance Companies,
Banks, Government Offices, and other organizations depend upon
microfilm for legal validity.
SPEED AND CONVENIENCE OF RETRIEVAL:
Only seconds are involved in retrieving one of a million records
filed within arm's reach of a seated operator.
LOWERED OPERATION COST:
Valuable hours freed from sorting, filing, and refilling paper
records are either recovered or channeled into more productive work.
Information inquiries are satisfied accurately and without the
delays of searching paper files.
FIXED FILE CONTINUITY:
Records filed on microfilm are in fixed sequence, guarding against
misfiling, alteration, or loss.
Regardless of the original document size, images are reduced to fit
standard microfilm dimensions for convenient handling.
Records placed on microfilm today can be economically scanned at a
later date and converted over digital documents and CD's.
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