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Museum in search of technology to help digitize important archives.

« The Fujitsu scanning technology has already proven to be an incredibly valuable asset that is helping us preserve and publish documents that are vital to understanding the history of Jewish life in the South. »

Jeremy Katz, director of the Cuba Family Archives for Southern Jewish History, William Breman Museum


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The customer

Customer: William Breman Museum
Country: USA
Industry: Other

The challenge

With a mission to preserve historical records and make them accessible to the public, the Breman Museum needed a scanning process that could handle large volumes of ordinary paperwork, but that also would not damage old, delicate documents.

The solution

The dual-function fi-6770 allows the Breman Museum to process documents, both new and old. In addition to superior image quality, Fujitsu scanners enables OCR tagging for easy digital searches. The Fujitsu solution assists the Museum to provide public access to personal stories for the preservation of history.

The benefits

  • Speed enabled 37,000 documents to be scanned in one week
  • Helps make museum’s archives far more accessible online to researchers and general public
  • Assists in providing backup copies in case originals are lost or irreparably damaged
  • Reduces physical contact with original helping to preserve them

Products and services

  • FUJITSU Image Scanner fi-6770