Scanning Preparation

Cleardata’s Scanning Bureau will prepare your documents for scanning. Upon arrival, files and documents are processed by our prep team.

Our expertly trained staff team go through a series of steps for every document, making sure it is ready for scanning. This in turn speeds up the scanning process and ensures images are captured to the highest quality.

Our process includes:-

  • Removing paper clips, staples and other binding materials
  • Checking all the paperwork edges are unfolded
  • Checking for any paperwork tears or damage
  • Aligning paperwork
  • Adding barcode separators where appropriate

It is important to sort through all documents and files, ensuring that after removing the fasteners, the right paperwork stays together in the correct order.

We go through each individual page, ensure they are carefully aligned and divide files with our specialist bar code separators. These bar codes are crucial to the scanning process as they provide a notification to index the file at that point.

Scanning Services

Cleardata offer a range of scanning services for all document formats. We are able to digitise photos and architectural drawings, books and manuals, convert microfilm and large format documents.

We are a Kodak partner so we have only the highest quality machinery. Our scanners are capable of bulk scanning, capturing over 410 images per minute.

As an accredited company with years of experience, we have worked with a variety of clients from all industries. Our team have dealt with legal and medical records so understand the sensitivity and confidentiality needed when looking after client records.

For further details about our document scanning services call 0800 046 8081 today or use our instant quote tool online now! Quick Quote

Document Scanning Preparation Process

  • Removing paper clips, staples and other binding materials
  • Checking all the paperwork edges are unfolded
  • Checking for any paperwork tears or damage
  • Aligning paperwork
  • Adding barcode separators where appropriate