Press Releases

Press Release Archive for 2014

InoTec 8X1 Document Scanner to have North American Unveiling at ARMA 2014

Crowley Company Expects Scanner to Provide Market Competition Frederick, Md. and San Diego, Ca. – At 10:45 a.m. on October 26th, The Crowley Company and InoTec Organisationssysteme GmbH will unveil the InoTec SCAMAX 8×1 production scanner in Booth 1621 at the ARMA records management conference in San Diego, California. This unveiling is significant, says Matthew McCabe, Crowley vice president, because “it introduces another competitor to a market that has been owned by a very few well-respected brands such as BancTec,…

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Donations Fund Newspaper Archive Scanning Project

ELKTON – One of the most popular and accessible collections owned by the Historical Society of Cecil County is our newspapers. In fact, the historical society is the largest repository of Cecil County newspapers anywhere. Why are they so popular? Because newspapers are valuable research tools as primary documents for every kind of research from advertising to genealogy and from social history to military history. They are a treasure trove of information as snapshots of life in any given week…

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Crowley to Debut Network Document Scanner, New UScan Option and Provide Free Onsite Imaging Estimates at ALA Annual 2014

June 25, 2014 – Frederick, Md. and Las Vegas, Nev. – Christopher Crowley, president of The Crowley Company, announces a new product to be displayed at this year’s American Library Association (ALA) Annual Conference & Exhibition (ALA) at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, NV from June 26-30. In addition to the book and microfilm scan/copy systems that attendees expect to see from The Crowley Company, they will be introduced to the Avision SC8800 network document scanner and…

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Crowley Tapped to Distribute Avision Scanners

Frederick, Md. – Company president Christopher Crowley announces today that The Crowley Company has been selected to distribute the Avision scanner product line throughout North America. For more than three decades, The Crowley Company has been known as a premier distributor of production-level microform, book and document scanners as well as analog duplicators, processors and archive writers. Crowley reflects, “A decade ago, the digitization of files and records was primarily a high-end function of records managers and archivists. Today, the…

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InoTec Introduces Innovative High-Volume Scanner

Frederick, Md. – German scanner manufacturer InoTec has always specialized in high-volume scanning devices. It has outdone itself with its new innovative 800 series, which was shown at the recent CEBIT show in Germany. The scanners’ top rated speed is 300 ppm/600 ipm at 300 dpi in color, enabling high volume scanning at a high quality. The devices also feature sorting capabilities, as well as a patented automatic dualinput tray set up.

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Integrated Scanning Of America Joins Crowley Imaging

Move Allows Crowley to Strengthen West Coast Conversion Services Frederick, MD and Newbury Park, CA – Christopher Crowley, owner and president of The Crowley Company, a world leader in imaging equipment and conversion services, announced today that the company has reached an agreement to acquire the assets of Integrated Scanning of America (ISA) for an undisclosed amount. “Our two companies have been long-time business partners, working together on imaging projects for geographic and other purposes,” states Crowley. “This next step…

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CeBIT is Once Again Platform for Introduction of New Crowley Company Scan Systems

Frederick, Md. – Once again, The Crowley Company will use CeBIT, the world’s largest trade fair showcasing digital IT and telecommunications solutions for home and work environments, as the platform for the international debut of new scan and imaging systems. This year the company will introduce a brand new archive scanner from EPM Equipment’s IMAGELINK brand, the i7380 reference archive scanner. The successor to KODAK’s popular i7300, the IMAGELINK i7380 scanner, manufactured by Crowley, reverses the inefficient aspects of traditional…

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Konica Minolta to Market UScan+ Desktop Scanner

Compact Scanner to Offer Capture and Routing of Micrographic Images Ramsey, NJ – Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc. (Konica Minolta) today announces the forthcoming availability of the UScan+ microform scanner resulting from a partnership with The Crowley Company, a leading manufacturer of digital and analog film technologies. Developed by the company’s Wicks and Wilson division, the UScan+ Universal Film scanner will be available to all Konica Minolta customers, offering ease-of-use and a broad range of micrographic scanning capabilities. The…

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The Crowley Company to Demo Six Scanners at 2014 ALA Midwinter; Offers Special Show Pricing

Frederick, Md. and Philadelphia, Pa. – The Crowley Company is bringing an above-average number of capture units into their 10×20’ booth at this weekend’s 2014 ALA Midwinter Meeting. Established in 1876, the American Library Association (ALA) is dedicated to the advancement of library and information services and to providing information and resources to librarians and library patrons. From Friday, January 24 through Monday, January 27, The Crowley Company will be exhibiting in Booth 1239. Crowley vice president Matthew McCabe notes,…

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