PearlScan

Pearl Scan can lift the aerospace industry to new heights

October 20th, 2016

The UK aerospace industry is the second-largest national aerospace industry in the world. With a global market share of 17%, it employs hundreds of thousands of people and boasts around 3000 companies. As a forward-thinking industry, the sector is always looking at ways to progress using new technology. And Pearl Scan, one of the UK’s premier scanning companies, has highlighted the incredible benefits digitalisation through document scanning can help improve the industry further and cement it as a force to be reckoned with.

The aerospace sector must meet and adhere to a range of legal requirements. And in order to do this, documents, records, maintenance files, technical data, and quality checks must all be kept safe, secure and easily accessible. Yet this is often easier said than done with thousands of individual documents and files.

“With a large volume of industry paperwork, keeping it all on paper files is no longer practical,” said Naveed Ashraf, Managing Director at Pearl Scan Group. “The aerospace industry is one of the most advanced engineering sectors in the world and should be leading the way in technological advancements. And one of the best ways to do this is by implementing electronic document management.”

Aerospace companies are required to have lots of information to hand for reference in order to meet requirements for audits. Storing documents electronically allows them to be located at the click of a button, shared easily across departments and third party companies and keeps them safe from harm’s way.

Pearl Scan offers a complete scanning solution for all industry documentation. Files such as aircraft paperwork, maintenance and technical records, orders for parts and supplier invoices, quality checks, company audits, parts catalogues, HR and payroll files, project files, legal documents and flight manifests are all easily converted in order to be placed in easy to navigate and locate files. Specialist aviation engineering documents, such as blueprints and technical drawings, CAD drafting, microfiche, microfilm, aperture cards, aerial photography and historical and heritage records can also be digitised in order to create more streamlined filing systems that can be easily backed up and stored.


Why Choose Pearl Scan?

Audits

In conjunction with the EN BS ISO 9001:2005, 27001, 14001 and in-house implemented quality, security and compliance procedures allow us to deliver peace of mind scanning services to our client. We are an approved document scanning and data capture scanning service provider to many reputable health, education, manufacturing, financial, logistics etc. organisations.

    ISO 9001 Registered         ISO 14001 Registered         ISO 27001 Registered         Investors In People         PCI Compliant         Member of IRM     

Experience

Founded in 2003, with almost 15 years of valuable knowledge and expertise in delivering successful document scanning and data capture services through the UK to some of the most reputable and globally known organisations.

Security

We operate from a custom built document scanning and data capture centre, which is built around security, safety and confidentiality. The site is monitored 24hours a day by security and CCTV systems.

Innovation

The document scanning and data capture bureau is equipped with the state-of-the-art dedicated document, Microfilm media, Books and Large Format Plans scanning and capture technology; catering for a wide range of document types and sizes making us a one-stop service provider for scanning and digital conversion needs . We continually invest in our staff training and latest technology to ensure that we are delivering quality and innovations at all times.

Scalability

Pearl Scan Group has the infrastructure to provide quick turnaround for urgent document scanning needs to taking on a large volume scanning and conversion of documents, microfilm media, books etc. projects. Our document scanning and data capture service centre always run at 80% of its productivity allowing 20% space and resources for on-demand, ad-hock projects.