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  Noosa Shire Council implements Recollect for its Digital Heritage Collections
  RBA unveils its online archive (DatacomIT custom-built solution, using Recollect) – IDM Magazine 2021
The new RBA digital archive – Unreserved
EOFY Special Offers 2021
AICCM 10 Agents over 10 Months Sponsorship
Digitise photos and preserve your precious photography prints
Digitising Bound Books
Why you should consider using a professional to digitise your microfilm
University of Newcastle chooses the CopiBook Open System Book Scanner
Queensland Councils select Recollect
Richard Wilson, BDM at DatacomIT in Conversation with Gale
DatacomIT wins $A3M Army digitisation deal (IDM Magazine 2020)
COVID-19 Update (July 2020): Business as usual with precautions
New Trove – 4 years in the making….
Start Your Recollect Journey Today….
Over 10,000 microfilm reels digitised by DatacomIT – Australian Joint Copying Project (NLA)
VALA2020 – Hosting an Event
VALA2020 – Thank you
Exhibiting, Hosting Event & Complimentary Passes
Season’s Greetings from DatacomIT
Trade-In & Save – The Clear Choice – STViewScan 4
Thank you for visiting DatacomIT & Recollect at ‘Designing the Archive’ conference in Adelaide
Successful morning showcasing Recollect
DatacomIT at IFLA Conference 2019 Athens
FADGI – The FADGI Star System
Is the recommended life of your Council Microform expiring?
PRESS RELEASE – DatacomIT announces new partnership with NZMS
We Have Moved to Company Owned Premises
The STViewScan 4 Microfilm Scanner was the obvious choice
One Passionate and Dedicated Geelong Football Fan
Complimentary Pass to ALIA (Library & Information) Exhibition 2018
PROV selects Overhead Book Scanning Solution for Patrons
Digitising Large Fragile Material is our Specialty!
Digital Preservation of The Royal Exhibition Building Site in Melbourne
National Archives of Australia War Badge Registers Digitisation Project
DatacomIT Digital Preservation Tour
The Uniting Church in Australia Historical Bound Volume Digitisation Project
Multicultural Day at DatacomIT
University of Divinity Increase Productivity through Digitisation
DatacomIT presented at the Digital Access to Collections workshop in Albury yesterday
DatacomIT is thrilled to be presenting at the Digital Access to Collections Workshops across regional Australia
RMIT University students have access to something magical
Ready to Ship a Large Number of STViewScan 4 Microfilm Scanners throughout Australia
Improve Patient Care through Digitisation
MagicBox showcases at the Museums Galleries Australia National Conference 2017
Museums Galleries Australia National Conference 2017
Technological Advancements in the Digitisation Space!
University of Minnesota engage DatacomIT to digitise historical drawings held at Australian National University
The University of NSW acquires an automatic robotic book scanner
Digitised image brought to life by RMIT University
The University of Sydney On-Site Digitisation Project
Councils choose to digitise!
Victoria University selects fully customisable scanning solution
Digitisation of the Official History of Australia War of 1914-18
History Burns – DatacomIT offers digitisation services to help community!
State Library of NSW upgrade 10 microfilm scanners to the latest STViewScan III
Leaders in Digitisation and Digital Preservation Solutions
Design the right Document Workflow Solution for your Business!
Wow, what a busy few weeks……!!
BRINGING JOY TO THE LIBRARY COMMUNITY
Sydney University on-site digitisation is underway
The Pacific Group of Companies in Australia selects DatacomIT
DatacomIT digitised a confronting, however, amazing collection of paintings
See the Magic at the State Library of Victoria
Several projects successfully completed for the Therapeutic Goods Administration (Department of Health)
Positive feedback for the all new Touch Screen Kiosk Book Scanner
State of Victoria has once again chosen DatacomIT!
Scanned many millions of newspapers for National Library of Australia to upload to Trove
Digitisation of an historical collection for the High Court of Australia

 

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