EZPhotoScan.com in Altamonte Springs Announces Strategic Partnership With Eastman Kodak to Offer High Speed, High Volume Scanners at Special Value Pricing
EZPhotoScan.com of Altamonte Springs, Florida, has announced a strategic partnership with Eastman Kodak to offer the company´s best-in-class, high-volume photo scanners at special value pricing.
Altamonte Springs, Florida (PRWEB) September 20, 2012
EZPhotoScan.com has announced a strategic partnership with Eastman Kodak to offer the company´s best-in-class, high-volume photo scanners at special value pricing. EZPhotoScan.com is pioneering affordable access to Kodak´s high speed volume scanners for entrepreneurs, home hobbyists, archivists, and commercial enterprises which they say will open up new revenue streams for businesses and allow serious hobbyists to more easily access costly equipment.
The announcement comes in conjunction with Eastman Kodak´s biennial Photokina event — the world’s leading imaging and photography fair — in progress through September 23 in Cologne, Germany. Photokina offers Kodak representatives the opportunity to demonstrate the company´s cutting-edge printing and imaging products with new, innovative features designed to meet every user need and inspire new creative channels.
Richard Lippert, EZPhotoScan.com founder and owner, says the decision to partner with Kodak to offer groundbreaking photo scanning technology at discounted pricing is in step with his company´s commitment to helping customers with a wide range of printing and scanning needs adopt cutting-edge technology now, instead of putting it off due to cost.
“The process of scanning photographs and sensitive documents has always been time consuming, which in and of itself makes it an expensive undertaking,” Lippert says. “This family of high speed scanners has dramatically cut scan times to a fraction of what they used to be; this is the technology that satisfies everyone´s need for speed.”
Kodak´s unique photo scanning equipment, which can be rented or purchased at EZPhotoScan.com, makes it possible to scan more than 1,000 photos per hour at 600 dpi resolution. For the hobbyist or family archivist, that means transforming a lifetime of memories in one afternoon to be preserved, printed, and displayed according to the family´s wishes.
For in-home businesses and commercial enterprises, it means high quality, high value photo scanning capabilities that help boost revenues. The scanners´ Gentle Photo Separation Module treats each individual photo with care. Scanners accept any photo, printed memory, or paper document from wallet size up to 34 inches long.
“Thanks to this line of Kodak high volume, high speed scanners, the process of archiving no longer has to take hours and hours of valuable time,” Lippert says. “And thanks to the value pricing promotion, we´re making sure everyone who wants this technology can get it.”
Kodak has also unleashed new advancements in smartphone technology and connectivity and, with the consumer’s desire for high speed, experience, and personalization in mind, taken the photographic printing industry to a new level. Lippert says that EZPhotoScan.com´s partnership with Kodak feeds both companies´ strategies to enhance the consumer experience and provide opportunities to enhance creativity.
For more information on special value pricing for Kodak high volume, high speed photo scanners, visit the EZPhotoScan.com website, call 1-866-562-4660, or Email info(at)EZPhotoScan(dot)com.
Founded by owner Richard Lippert in 1995, EZPhotoScan.com has turned the task of managing documents into an art form. The EZPhotoScan.com group was formed to offer best-in-class solutions for scanning pictures, printed memories, and sensitive documents. EZPhotoScan.com provides full service assistance to individuals looking to do their own scanning, have it done for them, or start their own conversion service.
As the world’s foremost imaging innovator, Kodak helps consumers, businesses, and creative professionals unleash the power of pictures and printing to enrich their lives.
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