IIRI become Plustek
IIRI will now be offering the Plustek
range of Optibook scanners. These are a
range of Library, Office and Home book
These will complement the i2s scanners to
allow IIRI to offer a complete range to
cover most customers requirements.
IIRI move to Kofax
for Document Scanning
We have now installed
Kofax to enable faster and more reliable
document scanning. Kofax is one of the
leaders in supplying document management
systems to bureaus.
IIRI supply encrypted
Due to demand from
customers (including many councils) IIRI
have now started supplying customer data
on encrypted media.
IIRI have signed up to be resellers for
the MXI Security range of encrypted
devices (Memory sticks, Hard disk, CD/DVD
If you wish to receive your data
encrypted please request when submit work.
If the data then falls into the wrong
hands you will be safe in the knowledge
that the data will be useless to them.
Read more here
IIRI get 'Go
Merton Chamber of
Commerce have awarded IIRI with the 'Go
Green' status for increased recycling and
reduction of energy use.
The company was monitored over a two month
period. The first month was as how we had
run in the past and then the second month
was with controls in place. There was over
30% reduction in energy usage.
For details visit
IIRI put 'Go
Green' plan into action
Due to the nature of the
document scanning business IIRI's management
are very aware of the amount of energy
wasted. This includes the waster paper
generated and also energy costs involved.
IIRI have therefore recruited
help from Merton Chamber of Commerce to put
a Green Action Plan in place. Over the next
few months IIRI will strive to reduce energy
usage (both in and out of the office),
ensure more waste is recycled and also
encourage customers to be more
IIRI to exhibit at
Public Library Conference
7th-9th November 2007, Waterford, Ireland
IIRI will be exhibiting in
partnership with DPI. On show will be the
i2s Copibook bookscanner and also film
With DPI of Ireland, IIRI will offer
superior book and film scanning equipment or
services and will be happy to discuss and
size of project.
Digital Futures at King's College
21st-25th May 2007, King's College
Led by experts of
international renown, Digital Futures
focused on the creation, delivery and
preservation of digital resources from
cultural and memory institutions. Lasting
five days, Digital Futures was aimed at
managers and other practitioners from the
library, museum, heritage and cultural
sectors looking to understand the strategic
and management issues of developing digital
resources from digitisation to delivery.
For more information click
IIRI at Library and
Flash -The show was a
complete success with a number of major
libraries showing considerable interest in
the CopiBook scanner and also BookRestorer
18th-19th April 2007, NEC Birmingham
Increasing pressure on libraries to
understand, anticipate and respond to the
needs of their users, means that it is vital
for the library and information professional
to keep up to date with all that is
happening in this evolving industry. In its
18th year, LiS helps you do just
that. This unique show offers something for
everyone who works in the library and
information professions. With over 125
exhibitors displaying their products and
services, a programme of free educational
seminars and a 1 day conference covering the
latest issues, this is an event you just
cannot afford to miss!
IIRI will be
demonstrating the range of i2S bookscanners.
If you wish to attend please contact us for
resellers for ScanFile and FileDirector
in the paper scanning sector has led to
needing a higher quality document management
solution. Therefore IIRI are proud to
announce a partnership with Spielberg, the
creators of ScanFile and Filedirector
document management packages.
More details to follow.
helping Councils with their planning
IImage Retrieval are currently undertaking
jobs for a number of councils to provide
digitization of Planning Records. This is
enabling councils to offer information
online to the public much more readily.
We have been scanning back records and also
are providing daily or weekly services to
scan current planning applications.