nextScan announces Sale to Digital Check and Strategic Partnership with ST Imaging New alliance will create a comprehensive ECM and Micrographics Conversion Solutions provider.
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For Immediate Release
nextScan announces Sale to Digital Check and
Strategic Partnership with ST Imaging
New alliance will create a comprehensive ECM and Micrographics Conversion Solutions provider
Boise, ID – November 2015 – nextScan, a world leader in cutting edge technology for the micrographics conversion and
document management industry, announces today that they have been acquired by Digital Check of Northbrook, IL. Digital
Check is the worldwide leader and manufacturer of Digital Check Scanners for the banking, financial services, POS, and small
business markets. Digital Check’s Microfilm Scanner Division, ST Imaging, has gained a strong reputation and demand for
their ST ViewScan III. This small microform scanner is efficient, easy to operate, and uses an industry-leading 14 megapixel
camera. In addition to the ST ViewScan Scanners, ST Imaging also produces page and book scanning equipment for public
libraries, museums, genealogy centers, and domestic and international microfilm repositories.
Digital Check’s President and CEO, Thomas Anderson, Jr. is a familiar name in the Document Management and Microfilm
industry. Tom Anderson’s father, the late Thomas Anderson, Sr. was the founder of Microseal and past president of the
National Microfilm Association (NMA – which was renamed AIIM) and International Microfilm Congress (IMC).
Kurt Breish, President and CEO of nextScan states, “nextScan’s industry leading scanning technology has allowed us to
develop the highest speed production scanners and most sophisticated workflow software application for government,
corporate, and archival applications. One current project for a large governmental agency utilizes custom scanners with
speeds over 2000 pages per minute. This acquisition by Digital Check will be of significant benefit to both nextScan and ST
Imaging. By combining resources and technology, nextScan and ST Imaging will soon be able to offer the fastest conversion
speeds and feature rich imaging en