Governmental Organizations

Digitization projects for governmental organizations have been institutionalized since years in order to address societal issues of compliance, conservation, publishing and accessibility.

The various governmental, regional and municipal organizations (ministries, town halls, prefectures, the military, hospitals, courts, etc.) annually produce and receive large numbers of documents that they need to keep on their premises. The legal obligation to preserve these documents engenders not only difficulties in storage because of the available space and the risks of loss or destruction of the originals, but also difficulties in searching and in internal and external communication.

 

 

 

The governmental organizations’ issues could be summarized into three main points:

  • Structuring, in the best ways, the digitization policies at different levels (locally, nationally and internationally),
  • Improving access to digital documents,
  • Guaranteeing a long term digital conservation.

A digitization project for governmental organizations has more than one interest:

  • Preservation and conservation of originals through an electronic substitute for consultation (online library),
  • Instant and simultaneous access of a document in multiple location,
  • E-consultation giving a better reading than the originals, possibility to zoom, to go into the heart of a document, to obtain the finesse of details, to make comparisons between multiple documents simultaneously…
  • Communicating the document outside the library through an online library or networks, like a remote access to documents between libraries.

 

i2s DigiBook  offers the most complete solutions, in 3 steps, to governmental organizations for their digitization  project:

The first stage of a digitization project is to found the most appropriate scanning solution. Thanks to i2s DigiBook  the most complete range of scanning solutions, the document scanning process can be applied to any kind of documents of all size: books, registers, manuscripts, maps, plans, media supports… These scanning solutions guarantee both productivity and high image quality, from 300 to 1000 dpi, consequently making easier to zoom on images or even to re-print documents.

In a second step, LIMB solution makes possible to process, enrich and convert digital document. Limb™ makes easier to process to mass digitization on raw data, to both structure and enrich the documents (knowledge management), to share knowledge on different media (Internet, smartphone, touchpads…), and to make documents permanent (digital archiving).

Final step, LIMB Gallery, the online library solution, makes possible to present and promote digital documents, includes a search engine that optimizes the semantic relevance and makes easier to refine research, and makes these digital documents shareable and interoperable.

Over a hundred of governmental organizations have made their digitization projects possible with i2s DigiBook  solutions.

In addition, i2S DigiBook  are able to work with their customers for the full duration of their projects. Specialists are on hand to assist them in identifying their requirements, guiding them towards the solutions best suited to their problems and assisting them in the implementation and optimization of their products.

i2s DigiBook  solutions’ benefits for digitization and accessibility to governmental organizations’ knowledge:

  • Preservation and conservation of documents
    • Digital copy available in the event of theft or destruction of documents (fire, flooding, etc.),
    • Reduction in number of lost or misplaced documents.
  • Reduction in physical space requirements
    • Possibility of saving on CD-ROM or DVD,
    • Possibility of external storage of original paper documents.
  • Increased productivity
    • Reduction in time spent processing documents (filing, archiving, etc.),
    • Reduction in time spent searching and making available information,
    • Information updated in real time: same level of information between the different departments or agencies.
  • Easy sharing and distribution of information through a structured data base
    • Immediate availability of customer files (reduced response times),
    • Possibility of viewing files from various agencies (via a secured exchange platform, Intranet),
    • Possibility for customers to access files concerning them online (online library),
    • Ease of later reproduction (e-mail, fax, printing, etc.).
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