16692-B Hale Ave
Irvine, CA 92606
Four important reasons to let MicroAdvantage™
handle your document imaging project
When you are planning to convert thousands and thousands of documents,
you have to get it right the first time. MicroAdvantage™
is an information services company specializing in electronic document and media management.
Since 1985 MicroAdvantage™ professionals have been successfully completing
complex and high-volume document imaging & scanning projects on-time and within budget.
MicroAdvantage™ provides a broad range of services including the conversion of
paper and film-based files, technical manuals, engineering/architectural or manufacturing drawings,
and bar-coded documents to any image, OCR, or database format, delivered on any
optical, magnetic, CD-ROM media, through the Internet or company Intranet.
We also provide high speed Print on Demand of
scanned documents that require frequent updating, such as technical manuals or
directories. Our Print on Demand services provide enormous advantages in document
management, speed accuracy, flexibility, reduced storage, and streamlined costs.
And if you are in need of document systems, consultants, analysts,
and programmers, we can help too!
3. Tailored Solutions
Every conversion project has unique requirements. We tailor a scanning solution
to each client’s requirements. Our employees are specialized in imaging, database
management, network development, and word processing. And we continually research
and invest in updated technology to provide our customers with the best possible product.
Quality assurance and customer service are the focus of our company ensuring that
the end product we provide will be of the highest quality. We have satisfied
clients from diverse business sectors including aerospace; government; professional
corporations (law firms and physicians); engineering; and the service sector
(restaurants and retail trades). Our expertise in document management has
grown steadily and we know we can provide a solution for your document imaging project