Cull’s digital transformation centre offers solutions for the conversion and digitisation of Canofile 250 and 510 images and indexing data to PDF.
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Cull’s digital transformation centre offers solutions for the conversion and digitisation of Canofile 250 and 510 images and indexing data to PDF. Using this service, you can upgrade your Canofile documents to a digital format without the time and expense of re-keying existing index information and re-scanning documents. With Canofiles no longer supported by Canon, it’s important to get your files updated.
You’ll also benefit from:
- Improved space savings
- Improved quality
- Fast retrieval
- Quick and easy access from anywhere in the world
- No need for special equipment
Historically we have converted Canofile disks from a vast array of services, from Police Authorities and Nuclear Power Plants to Independent Financial Advisors and (PHE) Public Health England.
We’ll scan up to 2 files completely free of charge with no obligation. You’ll see how using state of the art imaging software and Optical Character Recognition as well as bespoke naming will create you the perfect digital documents. You’ll receive both the original Canofile disk and the new digital copy back.
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WHY CHOOSE CULL PAPERLESS?
Canon introduced ‘the Canofile electronic filing system’ in 1989. The system consisted of proprietary software and hardware which was considered revolutionary at the time. It used double-sided magneto optical (MO) disks that could hold up to 6,500 digitized pages on each side which enabled users to replace an entire filing cabinet with just one disk.
No, Canofile is now an outdated method of storing information and is no longer supported by Canon.
Of course. We’re fully ISO accredited and compliant with all British Standards for document and data management. Your documents are in very safe hands and won’t go through any third-parties. They’ll be with our expert team from start to finish.
We use a bespoke software created by Canon for the conversion of the Canofile Disks into an open format such as PDF Images.