Digital Memory Media Announces Move to New and Improved Facility
Digital Memory Media moved into a beautiful new 8,500 square foot facility in East Brunswick NJ. The new office space has 2 modern board rooms for patron seminars that detail our conversion processes and large screen monitors for clients to view their memories.
(PRWEB) March 30, 2015
Digital Memory Media moved into a beautiful new 8,500 square foot facility in East Brunswick NJ. The new address is 44 West Ferris Street Suite B East Brunswick NJ 08816. Our phone number remains the same (732)-613-7170. The new office space has 2 modern board rooms for patron seminars that detail our conversion processes and large screen monitors for clients to view their memories.
Digital Memory Media (DMM) is an exciting new division of Innovative Document Imaging (IDI). IDI is an industry leader with a long history of serving the world’s top libraries, publishing companies, pharmaceutical companies, universities, historical societies and businesses. DMM’s new website has been launched to offer the same technology and expertise IDI used to digitally preserve the United States Constitution and the 13th Amendment to individuals who wish to preserve their personal memories that reside in albums, attics, closets and file drawers.
Combining DMM’s technology with IDI’s history of success in Document Imaging has created a convenient vehicle for preserving and accessing precious memories from anywhere. DMM transforms film, photos and audio into crystal clear cinema quality digital formats that will last forever. This means families can now watch priceless memories from the past that were once on film or tape on their TVs and even their phones.
DMM President, Marty Tannenbaum, was delighted to announce “our new state-of-the-art document conversion facility will allow us to better serve our customers and make them a part of the conversion process.”
DMM performs the digital conversion of film, tapes, photos, slides, audio, paper documents, newspapers, maps, books, bound materials and microfilm at a reasonable price.
“We encourage walk-ins to bring their personal memories to drop off for conversion or to schedule a free digital memory consultation,” added Tannenbaum.
All digital conversions are performed (in-house) at the safe and secure East Brunswick facility. A new advanced ordering system is now in place for shipping memory content to be converted as well as for the return of all photos, film, documents and the finished DVD. The details on how this is all operates can be found at http://www.dmmem.com. Questions can be sent via the contact form on the website, or call toll-free 800-380-9058 or 732-613-7170.