what we do

River City Data offers experienced services in a number of areas. We utilize high-speed digital scanners from Bell & Howell, InoTec and Mekel.

Microfilm reader getting old and hard to service? Don’t want to spend another $8,000 dollars on yesterday’s technology?

River City Data can host your company’s documents for easy search and retrieval. You can send your documents to River City Data.

River City Data has an easy to use, non-proprietary solution for archiving your indexed and imaged documents

River City Data can help you publish your next book on Amazon or Barnes & Noble, with E-Books!

Tax files, invoices, receipts, medical records for your employees, references, legal documents – you can’t afford to lose any of them.

At River City Data, our mission is to provide individual attention on each and every film duplication project.

We can take electronic documents, such as a Word or Excel documents, and create a static file.



It’s difficult to predict the exact cost for scanning a box of documents. There are many variables, like the number, size, and use of documents. The best way to get an estimate for scanning a box of documents is to contact River City Data and get a free quote.

The fastest way to scan documents is to outsource the task to a company that specializes in document management! They’ll prepare the documents, scan them, and catalog them to your preferences. You provide the documents, the team at River City Data does the rest.

If you just need one document scanned, you can try the library or a copy shop. They sometimes have scanners available for a fee. For lots of documents, that can be too time consuming. If you go straight to a digital scanning company, the entire process will be streamlined.

Depending on the types of documents you have, digitizing a document might include preparing the document for scanning, scanning the document, converting it into different formats, indexing the information in it, and then plugging that information into data management software.

Choosing which documents to scan is unique to each individual. Most businesses find it helpful to scan any documents that need to be archived. Digital files are much easier to store than row after row of paper files. Many people also choose to scan client records, tax documents, and invoices.

Scanning papers is the most basic step when converting paper to digital. It needs to be in a format you can use. However, if you want to turn the data in the papers into usable information, you’ll also need to index it.

Digitizing a small business can mean many things: the first step is to define your digitization goals. Do you want to be paperless? Or migrate a business process to the digital space? An easy place to start is with scanning documents that your small business needs to keep.

Film duplication includes making copies of films as well as converting films to other formats (like from 16mm to digital). The team at River City Data is trained in film duplication to ensure no damage is done to your film.

When you digitize your company’s documents, you’ll want to feel confident that those documents are protected. Secure document hosting ensures you have the best security against any unapproved uses of your files. River City Data is committed to your security with several policies to protect your data.

This process includes preparing them, scanning them, and indexing them. There’s an easier way: Let the team at River City Data help! We’ll execute the entire conversion process. All you have to do is provide us with your record books and the indexing parameters you need — we’ll do the rest.
River City Data
As a Kofax Capture Certified Document Conversion Center and a leading representative of products in the Midwest, River City Data is the Midwest’s premier document management company.

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Address : 608 4th Ave SW New London, MN 56273

Email : [email protected]

Phone : (320) 334-2875

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