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The Town of Dewey Beach, Delaware. In many cases, a small town will prolong the decision to start the process with ShoreScan for a variety of reasons. Budget, time, organization of information, volume, or emergency project are all reasonable reasons. However, when the leadership team is right and the staff is eager to once and for all stop adding to the problem; you have a group like the team in Dewey Beach. Pictured: Ashley and Kate, Town of Dewey Beach staff members. MORE . . .




The City Clerk of the State Capital of New Jersey selects ShoreScan Solutions. ShoreScan Solutions is proud to have the opportunity to be the chosen solution for digital record archiving for the City of Trenton, New Jersey.  Mr. Harris noted that total long-term cost, back-up disks (of the "Cloud") and the support of ShoreScan were the major major factors in the the decision to select ShoreScan. Pictured (L-R): Carmen Santos, Dwayne Harris and Ken Carlsen.





The City of Trenton now has an approved
"Public Record Image Processing System"
with the help of ShoreScan.















City of North Wildwood. Over 75,000 pages imaged in only two years dating back to the 1900s. An example of dedication to the preservation of records and improvement to formerly arduous task of searching during an OPRA request. His focus is on permanent records and contracts; two extremely important series of documents. Pictured (L-R): Jennifer, Ken and Scott with a original minute books dated in the early 1900s.






Town of Centreville, MD, saves DAYS on Financial and Energy Audits.  According to Ashley Russ in the Finance Department the document production for the audit took about 20 minutes (she never left her desk). The annual energy audit (once days of coping bills) ended by giving access to electric invoices on ShoreScan to auditors.





ShoreScan’s NJ public clients maintain perfect record attaining state registration. For New Jersey public agencies digitizing their paper records, it’s critical they attain “Registered with Migration Path” with the State. Fail and they are forced to retain the paper records as backup or pay to have them copied to microfiche. ShoreScan has a perfect record in guiding their New Jersey public agency clients in achieving this certification with the State of New Jersey for those that choose to do so. If you are seeking a way out of the paper-records trap, with its wasted usable space, offsite storage fees and inefficient manual processes, contact ShoreScan Solutions to understand how leading New Jersey public Agencies are addressing this today.



City of New Carrollton (MD) internship program with ShoreScan results in over 15,000 scans in a month. City Administrative Assistant Areceli Guzmanand and Ken Carlsen worked with two very talented and hardworking college interns to digitize and host over 15,000 pages of permanent records for the agency. The interns were a part of the Prince George’s County Summer Youth Enrichment Program. ShoreScan provided free loaner scanner and training. Great job by all and, better yet, is the experience these young people gained for the future.



Town Clerk helps save boat with ShoreScan. Town of Charlestown (MD) has a municipal marina and all the records are scanned and stored with ShoreScan. While stuck in traffic on 95, the Town Clerk received a call about a boat in distress at the marina. Giving the phone to her teenage daughter, she navigates the eBridge Android App, logs on and retrieves the slip holder agreement. She calls the boat owner, and they are able to resolve the problem before it was too late. The ability to get to critical documents in a pinch was the difference. What are you going to do in the next “pinch”?



ShoreScan to link 28 volunteer fire and rescue stations. Washington County (MD) Volunteer Fire and Rescue Association is responsible for the funding of these entities. In doing so, they sift through mountains of paperwork to produce the required evidence to get money. After our solution is set up, local stations will upload these records making a dramatic reduction in time, effort and accountability when supporting our first responders. How many processes do you have that literally consume enormous amounts of effort?



ShoreScan & IMR Digital process and archive over 200,000 pages of student records for Denville School District. Per New Jersey State Retention Schedules, student records must be kept 100 years, so the Denville School District selected ShoreScan as their archival platform and IMR Digital to handle the scanning. With the student records now digitally archived and the paper eliminated, the focus now turns to financial and other important records.



Conservation District will use ShoreScan for land-use records. Protecting and conserving our lands from over use and building requires robust documentation and storage. ShoreScan has been selected to provide a searchable database for these records to streamline the process and to reduce the inefficiency of working in a paper format.





City of North Wildwood. “Not only is ShoreScan helping us preserve our documents, but through the scanning process we continue to discover important and interesting tidbits about the history of our City. For example, during a recent Nor’easter, an old building on the water in a neighboring municipality collapsed into the inland waterway. There was much speculation about removing the obstruction from the waterway, and I was able, through searching our scanned minutes, to show how obstructions were removed in the old days: the City Clerk would be authorized to buy dynamite and blow them up! ShoreScan continues to be a great benefit for our City, not only as an additional backup for our documents, but also for preservation, OPRA requests and historical research.”—W. Scott Jett, RMC, CMR, City Clerk, City of North Wildwood, NJ


The Borough of Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey, Partners with ShoreScan Solutions. In 2015, the Borough of Atlantic Highlands selected ShoreScan Solutions as its vendor to provide a hosted digital database solution for the retention of Borough records.  The relationship started rather untraditionally when Eric Carlsen, from our New Jersey office, made an impromptu visit to Clerk Dwayne Harris. As many agree, “luck” is the intersection of good timing and opportunity. During their brief meeting about digital record retention, they realized there would be tremendous savings for Atlantic Highlands compared to software or using a scanning service.  Currently, the Borough has two hosted database systems with ShoreScan:  a database for administrative records and a second for property documents sorted by block, lot and street name, etc. In the near future, a third system is planned for the marina to protect all records related to boats, insurances, EPA and maintenance.

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