Micro Com Systems has changed locations. That’s right. The friendly service providers who specialize in providing customized Document Management Solutions have bundled up their scanners, printers, and data capture magic and moved from 27 E 7th Ave to set up shop at a brand new address near Production Way in Burnaby.
Long before Vancouver was recognized as a high tech hub, Burnaby led the way. With heavyweights like Electronic Arts, Creo (now part of Eastman Kodak), Ballard Power Systems, and Telus opting for Burnaby, Production Way became one of the first areas to incorporate the cutting edge infrastructure and Internet capabilities specifically meant to woo the organizations pioneering new frontiers in industry, communication, engineering, manufacturing, and computer science.
For Micro Com Systems, increased access to powerful and reliable Internet will substantially increase the ability to perform document digitization, image scan and data capture, which includes microfilm/microfiche and aperture card scanning, automated invoice processing, large format scanning—and everything in between! With over one million pages scanned and digitized every month, this translates into quicker turnaround times and better customer service—a priority for the Micro Com family.
Equally important is the improved access afforded by the convenient proximity to the Production Way Millennium SkyTrain Line, Lougheed Highway, and the Trans-Canada Highway. Employees and guests will also have access to ample parking —a previously unknown commodity in downtown Vancouver.
Micro Com Systems has now resumed business as usual from their new home:
8527 Eastlake Drive