Case Studies

“Recollect exceeded our requirements, being highly customisable, easily Google indexed, mobile friendly, using persistent identifiers and supporting a variety of media. It excels at community engagement through user contributions, tagging, curating favourites, commenting and social media integration.”… more
The microform material has a recommended archival life as low as 30 to 40 years where acetate film was used. Today the recommended life of this archival film is expiring. DatacomIT specialised digitisation team have digitised over 500,000 microforms generating over 50 million individual images for Australian Councils…..view video
The National Archives of Australia War Badge Registers Digitisation Project – understanding the priceless historical significance of these records the National Archives approached DatacomIT to digitise this historic collection of bound registers ………view video
  “We have been more than fortunate to have the support of the team at DatacomIT.  We have not just been a job, they realised the very difficult situation in which we found ourselves and have been very caring and supportive throughout the whole process.” Moira Bryant, Library Manager, Uniting Church in Australia………view video

A team of DatacomIT specialist technicians and a hi-tech digitisation platform were transported and assembled on-site at the University of Sydney. DatacomIT digitised and preserved more than 1,500 historical publications     ………view video
NSW education logo School Magazine, NSW Department of Education, Digitisation of yearly Anthologies 1916-2013      ………More
NLA Digitising ‘The Australian Women’s Weekly’  for the National Library of Australia…….More
Warringah Council Warringah Council digitises records with DatacomIT ……More
 landgate3 WA’s Landgate liberates 150 years of archived land survey information…….More
bendigo_bank doXgate loan project was to reduce costs, streamline processing of loans and minimise the multitude of problems associated with manual document handling…More
abs2  How will you read your data 100 years from now?……More


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