The draw has been made and I am delighted to announce that Paul & Crissie from AWL are the lucky winners drawn from nearly 100 entries. Well done to both of you! The champagne will be delivered in time for Christmas. Thanks to all others who entered — better luck next time.
With less than 12 entries received so far the chances of winning the bottle of champagne in time for Christmas are very high! Simply see the latest blog to enter the easy competition but be quick as quiz entries must be received by 12 noon on the 22nd December!
Followers of our blog will know that Scan Film or Store has a very special relationship with a certain well known figure very popular at this time of the year.
This year we have been working on a top secret project helping him to move his operation into the digital age.
For obvious reasons we can’t name names and give too much away but we are sure you will guess who our very special client was from the case study below.
Digital archiving of magazines is one of Scan Film or Stores’ services which is growing in popularity. With the digital age in full swing, magazine and book publishers are finding that digital back copies can be a great alternative to traditional paper based storage and can present new opportunities to break into sales of archive copies via bespoke apps.
The sheer volume of physical storage space needed and associated costs, plus the requirement to be able to easily access individual issues means that a well executed digital archiving strategy can result in considerable savings in both time and costs.
So when we were approached by online publisher Soccer Attic to help them scan their large back catalogue of football magazines we were up for the challenge – and what a challenge it was! When it comes to vintage magazines the pressure is really on to create great digital replicas without affecting the integrity of the original.
So the “match” was set…. and it was time for Scan Film or Store to take on a formidable opponent, the mountain of vintage soccer magazines held by Soccer Attic.
First a look at each “participant”: