MIS Services

Document Scanning

We at MIS offer several different types of scanning for your business or personal needs.


  • Standard Document Scanning
  • Artwork Scanning
  • News Paper Scanning
  • Large Format Scanning 
  • Book Scanning
  • Choose the convenience of on-site scanning, where our expert team brings the scanning process directly to your location. Alternatively, opt for local scanning at our facility for efficient document digitization tailored to your needs.

Microfilm Conversion Services

Discover our comprehensive microfilm conversion services, covering various formats such as roll microfilm, jacket microfilm, aperture cards, and microfiche. Additionally, we offer roll microfilm creation for clients seeking digitization of their digital documents. Trust us to handle all your microfilm needs efficiently and effectively.

Equipment Rental

Unlock the flexibility you need with our rental and purchase options for scanning equipment and computers. Whether you’re looking to streamline your document management processes temporarily or permanently, we offer top-of-the-line solutions tailored to your requirements. Choose from our selection of Canon document scanners, Bookeye Book Scanners, Book2net Book Scanners, and E-Image Data/Scanpro microfilm scanners, ensuring you have access to the latest technology for efficient digitization tasks.

Our range of scanning equipment is designed to meet diverse needs, from high-speed document scanning to delicate book scanning and precise microfilm digitization. With our rental services, you can adapt your equipment setup based on project demands, while our sales option provides a permanent solution for your business or organization. Trust in our reliable products and expert guidance to enhance your scanning capabilities and optimize your workflow.


Explore Document Indexing: Document indexing is a crucial step in information retrieval, where various documents like articles, books, or web pages undergo analysis. Through this process, keywords or terms are extracted to establish a structured system for accessing and retrieving information efficiently. Document indexing aims to expedite and enhance the precision of retrieving relevant documents when users conduct searches or queries. Rather than sifting through the entirety of each document, an index serves as a roadmap, pinpointing the locations of specific terms within the documents.

Standard Document Storage

Document storage encompasses the systematic and organized preservation of both electronic and physical documents for secure maintenance and easy retrieval. In the digital age, document storage also includes leveraging electronic systems and cloud-based platforms for efficient storage, management, and retrieval of files. Cloud-based solutions provide a centralized repository for various document types, offering features such as version control, access permissions, and robust search functionalities to enhance collaboration and data security. Concurrently, physical document storage entails the meticulous cataloging and archiving of hard copies in controlled environments to prevent deterioration. Striking a balance between cloud and physical document storage ensures comprehensive coverage, allowing organizations to benefit from the advantages of digital accessibility while safeguarding tangible records. This integrated approach promotes efficient data management, compliance with standards, and facilitates quick and organized access to information, thereby contributing to heightened productivity.

Document Destruction

Discover Document Destruction: Also known as document shredding, document destruction involves securely disposing of physical documents or digital copies post-scanning. Even after conversion to digital format, physical copies pose security risks if not appropriately handled. Destruction methods encompass shredding paper documents into unreadable fragments or securely deleting digital files to thwart unauthorized access. This practice is vital for upholding confidentiality, safeguarding sensitive data, and complying with privacy regulations. Document destruction plays a pivotal role in the document management lifecycle, especially during the shift from paper-based to digital systems.

Jacket Microfilm Scanning

Introducing Jacket Microfilm: Jacket microfilm presents a specialized storage approach wherein individual documents are encased within protective sleeves or jackets prior to filming. Each jacket houses a single document, which is then captured onto microfilm. This method enables orderly storage and retrieval of individual documents without the necessity of unwinding a continuous microfilm roll. Commonly employed for preserving and archiving valuable or sensitive documents, jacket microfilm provides defense against physical damage and environmental elements. Retrieving information is simplified by referencing specific jackets, eliminating the need to navigate through an entire reel. This makes it an ideal archival solution for certain document types.

Document Conversion

Document conversion refers to the process of transforming documents from one format to another, typically with the goal of improving accessibility, usability, or compatibility. This conversion can involve various file types, including text documents, images, spreadsheets, and more.

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