KDI Office Technology Acquires Document-Conversion Specialists

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KDI Office Technology, a $38 million-office technology company based in the mid-Atlantic region, reports that it’s purchased IMR Digital for an undisclosed sum from KeyMark. IMR Digital, which is based in West Hazleton, Pennsylvania, is a  conversion-services business.

KDI says that its addition of IMR Digital allows KDI to preserve and protect its clients’  paper-based records with various technology tools.

IMR Digital has been a provider of document scanning, imaging and indexing services since 1978. “We couldn’t be more pleased about this acquisition and how IMR Digital enhances our current professional services offering,” says KDI CEO and President Rick Salcedo. “We can now digitize or convert microfilm and microfiche and provide conversion services for extremely old documents and books, even those from the early 1800s. Customers will also be able to retrieve all of this content very easily with a touch at their keyboard.”

The digital-conversion specialists at IMR Digital will stay on with KDI, collaborating with clients to provide document conversion, outsourcing services, and secure document-storage solutions.

KDI will continue to provide conversion services for aperture, microfilm, microfiche and large-format documents to digital formats. KeyMark will continue to partner with KDI on future solutions to offer both document-conversion services and automation technologies. KeyMark will retain its Camp Hill-based Regional Office for its Northeast territory, and IMR Digital will retain its brand name.

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