Our Mission

Digital Memory Media (DMM) is a division of Innovative Document Imaging LLC that outputs high quality images and files from a wide range of media including slides, photos, negatives, video tapes, audio tapes, 16mm and 35mm reels.  DMM manages and completes medium and large size media projects in record time without compromising quality. DMM utilizes top of the line hardware and proprietary software for our conversion and all projects are progressively tracked from pick-up through delivery. All content is handled with the utmost care in our New Jersey and Connecticut locations. DMM uses only our own employees and no work is contracted out through any third parties at any time.

DMM specializes in the conversions of library and corporate archives throughout North America. We have successfully completed high profile projects for Mercedes-Benz USA, The Smithsonian Institute, Nokia Bell Labs, AT&T Archive, The Garfinkel Archive, and the Brooklyn Academy of Music.


Innovative Document Imaging’s name directly reflects its approach to serving its clients by focusing on “innovation.” IDI is more than just a conversion facility. In all these endeavors, IDI seeks to present a suite of solutions for document imaging, data management and short and long-term digital storage for its clients including our award winning cloud portal DigiFind-It. Currently, IDI specializes in serving libraries, universities, publishers, pharmaceutical companies and more. IDI’s staff includes project managers, imaging specialists, audio and video engineers, and factory-authorized service technicians to ensure that all projects are set up properly, controlled for quality, and completed in a timely manner. Innovative Document Imaging is a registered certified business and has worked with businesses of all shapes and sizes as well as government entities at all levels. Our 60 staff members comprise highly trained professionals familiar with many types of scanning equipment, document and media handling procedures, and project management and data conversion software tools. IDI uses some of the most sophisticated imaging equipment in the world, housing over 75 scanners that can handle any type or format of media. As a consequence, IDI can work from materials of any size, produce digital images in a wide range of resolutions and bit depths, output files in different formats, supply text and metadata files at varying accuracy rates, and even install data management systems to assist with organization and presentation of content.