The Denver Public Library is one of many institutions who have spent years researching modern technology in order to improve their digitization program. Here is some of what they had to say about why they chose the Digital Transitions Division of Cultural Heritage as their capture system and service provider:
“After nearly three years of research, planning and developing strategy– (alongside a strenuous attempt to stay on pace with sprinting technology) the Imaging Services Lab of the DPL’s Western History and Genealogy department is at long last moving into the next phase of its evolution, and the 21st Century…
…We also began the search for new capture capabilities, since the BetterLight scanning back/large format camera combo was an endangered species about to become extinct. During our research into modern capture options, I personally became smitten with the product and services offered by Digital Transitions, Inc. Having met with their representatives in June of 2010 and through a hands-on demo, I knew that this was the course we must take in order to maintain and even surpass the quality levels we’d become accustomed to.”
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