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Image Quest: Finding the Scanning Solution that Fits



All companies face the same challenge: to search out the best scanning solution for their specific needs. Whether searching for a new solution as a replacement to an existing product or just starting out in the scanning world - it is imperative to identify the critical features the scanner must deliver versus what would be 'nice to have'. Five leading companies, all with unique scanning needs and applications have shared their respective experiences - with one thing in common - they found the answer to their long list of scanning criteria in the Creo family of scanners.

Company Information

Milton Greene Archives, Inc.
Image Restoration and Archives
Uses: Creo EverSmart Select II
Joshua Greene
Owner
278 Maple St. Lockers
Florence, OR 97439
541.997.4970
yojg@archivesmhg.com
www.archivesmhg.com

Pfingsten Publishing, LLC
Magazine Publishing House
Uses: Creo EverSmart Select II Scanner
Lee Theobald
Network and Production Support Specialist
1801 Park 270 Dr. Suite 550
St. Louis, MO 63146
314.824.5550
ltheobald@pfpublish.com
www.pfpublish.com

McGreevy ProLab
Professional Photo Lab
Uses: Creo iQsmart3 Scanner
Neil McGreevy
Owner
376 Broadway
Albany, NY 12207
518.426.1039
info@mcgreevyprolab.com www.mcgreevyprolab.com

Leibovitz Studio
Photography Studio
Uses: Creo iQsmart2 Scanner
Iratxe Mumford
Art Director
547 West 26th St.
New York, NY 10001
212.594.8400

Beon Media Media
Imaging technology startup company
Uses: Creo iQsmart1 Scanner
83 South King St. Suite 300
Seattle, WA 98104
206.622.4500
www.BeonMedia.com

Jan Tweten
Creative Systems Manager
jan@BeonMedia.com

Charlie W. Sliwoski
Senior Manager, Creative Media
charlie@BeonMedia.com

Timothy J. Dunley
Vice President, Marketing
tim@BeonMedia.com

Creo Americas, Inc.
1.800.929.9209
www.creo.com/scanners
www.creo.com/iQsmart1
colorscanners@creo.com


   







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