We believe in providing a cohesive strategy when it comes to offering scanning and data management services. That’s why, here at A4 Plus, we provide a range of solutions enabling you to capture, convert and manage your documents and data.

Being able to access and amend files quickly, as well as a reduced need for storage space, are just a few of the benefits of scanning.

Our years of experience with fragile, historic material mean you can trust us to handle your documents with the utmost care and consideration.

We scan small and large format documents (such as manuals, administrative paper & drawings) as well as microfilms, microfiche and aperture cards.

Whether it’s a box full, a room full or even an entire building – we can help.

We know it’s not always possible for documents to be moved offsite which is why, in addition to scanning at our premises, we also offer an on-client site scanning facility.

Once documents are scanned we understand the importance of being able to find them quickly. We offer several solutions from; simple indexing with hyper-links to the images of the documents, to cloud based retrieval systems.

Clients are also offered low entry level costs into the EDMS arena, software which provides sophisticated searching and image viewing features.

Vectorisation / Digitisation

Our vectorisation process provides you with 100% vector-based CAD files in the CAD format of your choice. Rather than using auto-conversion software we take scanned images and hand-convert drawings to the CAD platform of choice.

Our team understand that accuracy and interpretation of original information is crucial. Hand-converting drawings is the most effective way to achieve this.

GIS applications

Vector files are widely used in the utility, civil, rail and mechanical engineering industries for mapping assets. We bulk scan images and then geographically reference them. Once the geo-referenced asset data is digitalised we supply it in a suitable format for your GIS system.

Get in touch to discuss your scanning, vectorisation, digitisation and data management needs.