Historical Scanning with Dajon

Dajon Data Management has been trusted to scan historical business documents for many national businesses. Archived documents often hold important value to your business regarding past designs or blueprints. Dajon has scanned a large number of historical documents and can handle them with care to ensure they are not damaged during the scanning process.

Dajon is trusted by a range of companies across all industries and verticals. Our experience gives us the expertise in handling your business documents.

Capture historical data

During the scanning process, we can capture key data for your organisation. This data can then be added to your business databases to provide information on historical trends and research.

Information can also be captured from books to provide digitised versions for your customers and staff to access if they are unable to visit your site.

What can we scan?

  • 18th Century Books & Older
  • Historical Newspaper Articles
  • Ancient Maps & Drawings
  • Historical Books & Journals
  • Dated Photographic Images
  • Post-Scanning Restoration
  • Non-Destructive Literature Specialists
Atrium of the National Army Museum

National Army Museum

Recent Project

The National Army Museum aims to present historical fact – in their Chelsea-based museum, and online via their website. Naturally, a large amount of historical data has been collected over the years, chartering various aspects of the British Army. When the organisation needed help digitising some of these documents – Dajon were on hand to assist.

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What our clients think of Dajon’s document scanning services

Dajon provided us with a measured and cost effective solution to a problem involving historic record photographs… the digitisation was executed quickly and efficiently and we are already reaping the benefits.

National Army Museum

We used Dajon Data Management’s scanning services to scan historical field research documents…. We were very satisfied with the whole project and extremely pleased with the quality of the scanning.

London School of Economics and Political Science