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e-ImageData Corp. Announces Availability of Distributorship Opportunities Worldwide

Source: e-ImageData Corp.

HARTFORD, Wisconsin, November 29, 2011/PRNewswire via African Press Organization (APO)/ -- e-ImageData Corp. announced today that the company will discontinue its distribution agreement with Eastman Kodak Company effective December 31, 2011. Kodak was previously the distributor for the ScanPro 2000 in regions outside of the United States, Canada and Australia. "We now have a new opportunity to move forward with the worldwide distribution of our innovative products," says James Westoby, president of e-ImageData.

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The ScanPro 2000 is a cutting-edge microfilm scanner that has brought e-ImageData continued growth, even during the current recession. "The ScanPro 2000 is an industry leader with competitive pricing, profitable reseller margins and excellent product support," says Westoby. Both Canon and Minolta resellers recommend the ScanPro 2000 as a replacement product for their older and discontinued equipment models, as do independent microfilm equipment resellers.

The company is now accepting inquiries from distributors dedicated to selling micrographics equipment and who have a sales force with experience in microfilm equipment sales and service. "Product support has always been part of the appeal of the ScanPro 2000 and we plan to continue offering our customers the same excellent service," says Westoby.

e-ImageData invites companies interested in distributing the ScanPro 2000 to view the product video [http://www.e-imagedata.com/ScanPro_2000.html ] on their web site and use the "Contact Us [http://www.e-imagedata.com/DistApp.html ]" tab to get started," says Westoby.

The ScanPro 2000 uses the latest OCR technology to link to secondary sources when a word is selected, copy highlighted microfilm areas as text to the clipboard for pasting to other programs, convert microfilm images into word-searchable PDFs and to find and highlight user-selected words right on the microfilm image. "These features have forever changed the way people work with microfilm," says Westoby.

The ScanPro 2000 has a proven track record of performance and reliability and is used today by many of the most prestigious libraries and companies around the world, including Princeton University, Stanford University, and the American Library Association and the National Archives.

In business since 1989, e-ImageData is the industry leader in the design, manufacture, and distribution of micrographic equipment. The ScanPro 2000 is the equipment of choice in the world's most prestigious libraries and private institutions.

Source: e-ImageData Corp.

James Westoby, President of e-ImageData Corporation, +1-262-673-3476, [email protected]


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