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Document Digitisation

Document Digitisation
Images from the Boswell collection c.1900 a collection of over 14,000 images digitised by Max Image courtesy of Bexley Heritage Trust

As one of the UK’s leading digitisation companies, our document digitisation services are fundamental to all that we do. Until the original material has been digitised none of our subsequent services are possible. This is as true for a 15th century manuscript as it is for a modern-day printed document. It is for this reason that we are able to accommodate both.

Our teams are embedded in various archives around the country. We also have our own production studios in Woolwich, Chislehurst and Edinburgh. As such, we are privileged to work on hundreds of important collections each year. These can be large or small, historic or recent, with each playing their part in safeguarding the country’s cultural heritage. We are as comfortable capturing a single bound volume as we are scanning tens of millions of loose sheets. The common denominators are the care and preservation of the original material and the quality of the output and service we provide.

We have an impressive array of high-spec equipment to facilitate this wide-ranging document digitisation service. For us, the word ‘document’ covers numerous types of paper-based material. These include: bound volumes (e.g. manuscripts, diaries and ledgers); loose sheets (e.g. letters, certificates and memos); index cards and catalogues; plans, maps and drawings; photographs and posters; and modern printed items such as reports, agreements, contracts, statements and personnel files.

In addition, Max Communications are able to offer a suite of archive services. These are focused on maximising and protecting the full value of your digital assets.

All clients featured on our home page have at some point engaged us for document digitisation. There are many others not included in this list.

For further details of the document digitisation services Max Communications offer, please contact us on 020 8309 5445 or via our contact page.

Document Digitisation

As one of the UK’s leading digitisation companies, our document digitisation services are fundamental to all that we do. Until the original material has been digitised none of our subsequent services are possible. This is as true for a 15th century manuscript as it is for a modern-day printed document. It is for this reason that we are able to accommodate both.

Our teams are embedded in various archives around the country. We also have our own production studios in Woolwich, Chislehurst and Edinburgh. As such, we are privileged to work on hundreds of important collections each year. These can be large or small, historic or recent, with each playing their part in safeguarding the country’s cultural heritage. We are as comfortable capturing a single bound volume as we are scanning tens of millions of loose sheets. The common denominators are the care and preservation of the original material and the quality of the output and service we provide.

We have an impressive array of high-spec equipment to facilitate this wide-ranging document digitisation service. For us, the word ‘document’ covers numerous types of paper-based material. These include: bound volumes (e.g. manuscripts, diaries and ledgers); loose sheets (e.g. letters, certificates and memos); index cards and catalogues; plans, maps and drawings; photographs and posters; and modern printed items such as reports, agreements, contracts, statements and personnel files.

In addition, Max Communications are able to offer a suite of archive services. These are focused on maximising and protecting the full value of your digital assets.

All clients featured on our home page have at some point engaged us for document digitisation. There are many others not included in this list.

For further details of the document digitisation services Max Communications offer, please contact us on 020 8309 5445 or via our contact page.

Document Digitisation Example
Images from the Boswell collection c.1900 a collection of over 14,000 images digitised by Max Image courtesy of Bexley Heritage Trust