Gainesville, FL – June 16, 2017 - Micrographics, Inc., will be attending the 2017 Florida School Finance Officers Association Conference in Ft. Myers, FL June 19-23, 2017. Micrographics President, Jennifer Van Hart, will discuss the importance of a complete document management system at the Micrographics booth.
“At this year’s conference, we will be focusing on management solutions for Student and Human Resource Records,” said Ms. Van Hart. “When you combine Cabinet SAFE software and the Epson DS-860 scanner, you have a combination that makes document
management efficient and cost effective. Often, old school files are kept in dank storage facilities and employees spend hours trying to locate specific records. Digitizing these records from the start means your employees can access records at their fingertips and keeps those important records safe from fire, water damage and that ever present evil in Florida – mold!”
If you don’t want to scan older documents yourself, Micrographics offers complete scanning services. Also, to defend against the ever-present threat of Ransomware, Micrographics has partnered with Nexsan to provide Florida School Finance Officers solutions to not only protect their digital files but to also store large quantities of data.
To make an appointment with Jennifer Van Hart, please email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. And to learn more about Micrographics, please visit our website at www.micrographicsinc.com.
ABOUT MICROGRAPHICS, INC.
Since 1986, Micrographics has been working with Florida School Finance Officers to reduce costs and increase staff productivity by implementing comprehensive, scalable, and secure solutions. These solutions include integrated records conversion services, data storage, and workflow design. We also sell Epson and Fujitsu scanners and scanner maintenance packages at highly competitive prices and also have a scanner rental program. Micrographics has converted millions of documents and is proudly recognized as one of the most successful companies in the document and information management processing industry. We currently work with many Florida agencies addressing both current records and antiquity projects. In addition, we have performed preservation and antiquity projects in both domestic and British publishing houses, National Geographic, UF Foundation, UM, Cuban Heritage Collection, Menorcan Historical Society, and the Lawrence Lewis Foundation. Micrographics meets or exceeds SOF admin codes, and the Library of Congress scanning specifications.