Archive Document Scanning Service

When thinking of document scanning, the large volume of existing files is often daunting and might scare even the most determined manager. Do you or your staff have spare time in which to remove staples, scan, index and quality check your files? Probably not!

Our archive document scanning service is ideal for getting all your current and archived paperwork scanned at once. We will collect your docu ments and take them to our premises where they will stay for the entire scanning process. We will prepare, scan, index and quality check your documents and return them to you on CD / DVD / FTP or anyway you want. Originals can be returned or shredded

We use the latest Kodak Capture technology and can output the files into a variety of file and database formats. From Adobe Acrobat PDF files to TIFF or JPEG files, in black and white, grayscale or colour, from a till receipt to an A0 drawing, we can scan all your documents. If you already have a document management system, we can generate index files to be uploaded onto your system. We can upload files to more than 40 different document management systems currently on the market.

This service is suitable for those who want to install their own scanning system for on-going and future files but do not wish to tackle the archived material themselves.


For those who want to outsource all their scanning, ongoing and archive.

In either case, sending the files off-site will allow you to convert your existing paperwork to electronic files with minimal disruption to your business. Staff can carry on as usual and should they need a file, all they need do is contact us. We will scan the required document immediately and either FTP or e-mail it to you.

Security and data protection are of paramount importance to Papershrink.

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