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Digitalisation is impacting businesses and it’s here to stay

Digitalisation is impacting businesses and it’s here to stay.

Companies are starting to make the transition online to support an ease of  day to day operations running and streamlining management.  New technology allows companies of all sizes to become more stategic and efficient in their businesses.  It is now the time to start capitilising on the benefits of digitisation.

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Digitalisation is the process of converting material, media, or information into a digital form.

Companies are starting to make the transition online to support an ease of day to day operations running and streamlining management.  New technology allows companies of all sizes to become more strategic and efficient in their businesses.  It is now the time to start capitalising on the benefits of digitisation.

Out of Sight out of Mind

Many companies have stored documents and media within the fields of audio, video, film, image, and text. These are laid in large storage facilities, sometimes in conditions that are not suitable for longevity.  Within a few years, damp and deterioration can set in and cause frustrations and loss of data.

With digitisation this media can be converted to online digital formats ready for online access, thus enabling a smooth workflow and document management for all businesses to access.  Efficiency becomes a standard that makes businesses run smoothly. Equally saving you essential space, which could currently be expensive, saving data loss and money in the long run.


Key Benefits

  • Increases efficiency
  • Reduces operational costs
  • Enables data to be analysed
  • Safer data storage in the cloud
  • Lack of human error


Our Services

·       CD DVD USB Duplication, Printing and Packaging

·       Audio and Video Digitisation of all Tapes, Vinyl’s, Reels

·       Corporate and Heritage Book and Document Scanning

·       Photographic Film Scanning of all Formats

·       Photograph Scanning of All Formats

·       Wide Format Scanning


Eliminating Human Error

With your media digitalised and automated, it eliminates the human error factor and will increase data quality and accuracy. It also saves a huge amount of time, increases efficiency and productivity, and lowers organisational and storage costs. It improves business processes and increases transparency internally.


Technology has changed incredibly over the past few years. Suddenly there are cost effective options for business to use cloud computing technologies to help your company gain a competitive edge in the marketplace and a greater flexibility.  The days of worrying about disaster recovery is over with automated data backups and protected storage solutions.

Digitisation and the transformation of documents and media effects all companies across all industries, helping you to become relevant and ensuring your departments can access and continue efficiency in either working from the homeplace or from your offices.

Contact us

To discuss your next digitisation project do contact myself, Cheryl, on cheryl@oxfordduplicationcentre.com

Current opening hours: Monday to Friday 10-3pm by appointment only  www.oxfordduplicationcentre.com




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