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NFT: Professional Document Scanning?

Anando : 6/30/2020 3:46 pm
Hi BBI, reaching out with perhaps an odd/specific request...

Does anyone have a suggestion of a professional document scanning/archiving service in the NYC or tri-state area?

My small business has hundreds and hundreds of paper documents that I'd like not only scanned, but also organized by their respective folders...

Any suggestions would be very helpful!
I did it for my practice years ago  
Shecky : 6/30/2020 4:01 pm : link
Best decision ever was going digital.
If it’s only a couple hundred documents, might suggest you buy a good fujitsu scanner and do it yourself. Or more like have staff do it. This way it will be exactly how you want it, and all future documents will be extremely simple to scan and incorporate into your system since you’ve been through the process.
Good luck, it’s a big process wish I had a suggestion for a company in the area.
Iron Mountain  
pjcas18 : 6/30/2020 4:08 pm : link
does it, might be too big for a small company though (if your company is small)

They're one of my customers and I know they do that along with other security/archival services.
I believe any Kinkos would do that  
Elisha10 : 6/30/2020 4:58 pm : link
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Have you priced a high-volume scanner?  
CT Charlie : 6/30/2020 11:15 pm : link
A quick look online says that the speediest ones (150-200 pages per minute) are around $5000. Slower ones (50-100 ppm) are around $2000. That's just ballpark, of course. If you really have a high volume, I'm guessing you'd save money and hassle just by buying a machine.
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