Library Digitization Provided by MTS Software Solutions

Archival Preservation and Public Accessibility
Are Dependent Upon Digitization of Library Collections

In this technology age, conservation supplies now include scanners, computers, printers, networks and software to tie them all together. Eliminating the need to directly handle light sensitive or fragile collections is made possible by digitizing the collection, putting it in a searchable digital database and providing access (paid/free) to that database over a computer network.


Rare Book Collection Digitized and Accessible Online

Delicate Collections Are Protected And Can Be Shared WorldWide

Caring for over a million library items, this university library has kept up with technology trends. Instead of a warehouse for books, visitors experience a learning and social environment with access to state-of-the-art technology. To continue to provide cutting edge services, they invited MTS Software Solutions to design a digital solution for their rare book collections. Once digital, a website was created to host the scanned books, and within 18 months, the solution more than paid for itself.


Textiles Preserved, Protected and Digitally Shared

Striving to be the premier academic information resource of its University, this library supports a variety of physical and online resources. To capture the colors and textures of their collection of textiles and sewing trade cards in their digital library, they choose a large format scanner supported and serviced by MTS Software Solutions.


Historical Society Earns Profits with Large Scanner

With over 19 million manuscript and graphic items, this Historical Society has, since its humble beginnings has made efforts to carefully share their collections with as many people as possible. To continue in this effort, they enlisted the help of MTS Software Solutions, and now make a profit with a coin operated large format scanner that is accessible to the public.


Interlibrary Loans Department Digitizes with a Faster Scanner

This Interlibrary Loan Department at a University Library uses a large format scanner to fulfill rare books and manuscript requests from other libraries wishing to view the collection. This scanner was provided by MTS

Sharing Library Collections with the 21st Century

Digitize Your Library

Here's what some of our clients wrote:


Our Botanical Collection literally comes alive with the hues that the book scanner creates.

- Archivist
for a Philadelphia Library


The large scanner is able to pick up the depth and texture of the scanned textiles; the quality is impressive.

- Special Collections Librarian


The software is very intuitive and doesn't take a lot of staff or help to be able to use it.

- Director of Library


This is much better than a flatbed scanner. We can easily scan information, faster, without needing to rescan.

- Head of the Interlibrary Loan Department
Philadelphia University