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Large Format Scanning Makes Facility Management Simpler

Large format documents like architectural plans, engineering drawings and blueprints are usually stored in flat drawers, tubes or hanging files. Searching for a particular item stored in such a way can be a frustrating and slow process, one that gets worse when time is limited. The most popular methods of physical storage also don’t completely protect the documents from the wear and tear of regular use, they don’t prevent someone from holding onto a document too long and they can disrupt workflow. Furthermore, they don’t give you a backup if the document is ever lost or misplaced.

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What’s included in your document scanning quote?

A low-cost document scanning quote can be extremely tempting, but what exactly does that quote cover?

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How the AEC Industry Reduces Real Estate Needs with Large Format Scanning

Architects, engineering firms and construction companies all have large amounts of paper drawings, blueprints and other oversized documents that take up real estate and are difficult to manage and share with partners and sub-contractors. By scanning them, organizations are able to easily access and share large format documents when in the field or in the office.

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Large Format Scanning Makes Facility Management Simpler

Large format documents like architectural plans, engineering drawings and blueprints are usually stored in flat drawers, tubes or hanging files. Searching for a particular item stored in such a way can be a frustrating and slow process, one that gets worse when time is limited. The most popular methods of physical storage also don’t completely protect the documents from the wear and tear of regular use, they don’t prevent someone from holding onto a document too long and they can disrupt workflow. Furthermore, they don’t give you a backup if the document is ever lost or misplaced.

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A low-cost document scanning quote can be extremely tempting, but what exactly does that quote cover?

Architects, engineering firms and construction companies all have large amounts of paper drawings, blueprints and other oversized documents that take up real estate and are difficult to manage and share with partners and sub-contractors. By scanning them, organizations are able to easily access and share large format documents when in the field or in the office.