Find what you're looking for faster
The file cabinet has gone the way of the dinosaur. Storing important documents in physical form is costly, takes up too much space, and ultimately makes it nearly impossible to find what you're looking for. That's why for nearly two decades, MicroSearch has been building online document databases for clients that provide easy access to your important information via browsing and searching. It's time to find what you're looking for faster.
DocumentSearch: From Paper Documents to Full-Text Search
Even if your important documents are mostly printed on paper, we can make them fully searchable. Our enhanced scanning and character recognition technology preserves the original look of the document, while embedding a layer of hidden, fully-searchable text beneath. Have a mix of paper and electronic documents? No problem! We can combine them into one online DocumentSearch database.
Unlock the Full Potential of Your Documents with Enhanced Browsing and Full Text Search
Combine Full Text & Metadata Search
DocumentSearch isn't just about full-text search, though that is a powerful tool. We also index metadata--information about the documents--that is also searchable. So, for example, you can find a document that contains a particular string of text and printed on a particular date. The only limit to the metadata we can index is the information you can provide us.
If your organization’s documents are stored in aging file cabinets, they may as well be invisible. And, they may not be accessible for research purposes.
We’re here to help.
MicroSearch Corporation was founded in 1996 near Boston. We are a boutique search engine company, and provide private and secure video and document search engine services for client organizations across the country.
We index client video transcripts and documents into searchable digital databases, and host those databases online in public or private secure web portals.
A database portal may contain thousands of video transcripts or documents, together with all of the related metadata, all readily accessible on any internet connected device.
Each indexed database is hosted in a web portal; the web portal may be private and secure, or it may be open and public. Public libraries, for instance, use public web portals, while Research Associations generally have private, secure web portals. Each of our client web portals has been highly customized to give each client exactly the search and retrieval experience they desire.
Use the contact form below to tell us how we might be able to help get your organization’s content digitized, fully-searchable, and online.
Updated on 2016-10-17T14:41:10+00:00, by .