PHOTO MARKETING ASSOCIATION INTERNATIONAL, LAS VEGAS, NV -- February 12, 2004 --Creo Inc. is helping customers to accelerate their profits and business opportunities by entering new markets with core technologies, such as Creo scanners. Boston Photo Imaging is at the forefront of the professional photo lab market with over 15 years of experience and a client list that includes Harvard University, American Express and the Boston Public Library. Boston Photo Imaging capitalized on the new market of transferring film and flat art into digital data, specializing in archiving, collections, and reproductions.
"The bottom line is you can make money with scanning services, and I think we've proven that in the sheer volume of work we bring in- our largest order to date was 350,000 scans from one customer," says Bill Smith, owner of Boston Photo Imaging.
"This EverSmart scanner has virtually become the cornerstone of our entire operation - a true profit center," Mr. Smith added. Boston Photo Imaging chose the EverSmart scanner because it fully met their needs: the absolute highest level of quality capture, the flexibility to accept diverse originals, and the speed to accommodate a large volume of scans.
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