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Ristech to Share Latest Book Scanner Technology

Ristech to Share Latest Book Scanner Technology at ALA Midwinter Meeting and Exhibit in Dallas, Jan. 20-24

Toronto News, (PR) January 14, 2012

During the ALA exhibit, Ristech will showcase its two chief digital book scanning products for libraries: the Book2net Spirit, which is the first entry-level high-resolution scanner designed for fast and simple public use, and the Book2net Kiosk, which includes a high-resolution, single-shot camera that can scan up to 2,000 pages per hour and is still very gentle on books.

book2net Inc. is an international alliance of manufacturers, libraries and service providers that design and produce book scanning technology. With an installed base of more than 500 clients including the Library of Congress, the British Library, National Archive of Sweden and many leading academic libraries in North America, book2net develops technology from the ground up with end users at the table.

“We look forward to sharing the latest in book scanning technology at this first big event of 2012,” said Robb Richardson, president, Book2net, North American operations. “We enjoy helping libraries of all sizes and locations save time and money while also enjoying the energy-efficient benefits of our book scanners and microfilm scanners.”

The ALA Midwinter Meeting at the Dallas Convention Center offers more than 200 discussion groups, 350 exhibits and additional events designed to support libraries throughout the country.

Ristech Company is a leading supplier of microfilm and book digitization technology for fragile and bound documents. Specializing in the capture and distribution of images, Ristech has an impressive list of end users and partners in the imaging market place. Our technology is used extensively in libraries, archives and research facilities where quality and careful handling of materials is a concern. Some of our clients include The Library of Congress, Library and Archives Canada, The University of Toronto, University of Laval and McGill University, to name a few.

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