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EXPOFOT S.A. is an Argentinian Company with more than 35 year of experience in the printing and photo industries and providing technology services for other sectors. From its origin, sustains a close business partnership with Kodak Argentina SAIC, and since the creation of Kodak Service for Business (KSB), this relationship has been strengthened, acting as a Strategic Partner for Technology Solutions. Developing together, major projects, including those related not only to massive document digitization and printing but also to document management.
As one of the main areas of concern, EXPOFOT has been focused on digitization and management of materials and documentation of high historical and/or patrimonial value. Among them we can highlight, in partnership with Kodak, the digitation of the Historical Archives documentary of the Teatro Colon in Buenos Aires City (Considered as one of the top five theatres in the world for its magnitude, acoustics attributes and history).
In the middle of 2014, EXPOFOT was named by Kodak to develop the project to digitize 30,000 volumes of the Manuscript Historical Archive of the Civil Registry of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires. This archive includes all the birth, marriage and death certificates since 1886 to the present. To perform this commission, that apart of its high volume has requirement of not only tight deadlines but also high quality standards, EXPOFOT selected QIDENUS TECHNOLOGIES as a strategic solution provider; including both ROBOTIC Book Scan 3.0 and QiScan Software Suite.
”The selection of QIDENUS TECHNOLOGIES, as a technology provider, was simple because the quality and performance of its products. But perhaps the key factor in the selection was the commitment of the technical areas in assistance supplied during the design of the solution and, once launched the project, the operational technical support delivered. Both of them provided remotely. This last one is not a minor issue for a company, and a project, located more than 12,000 km away, where continued operation requires an available support every day of the year.”