Services | Bowne Management Systems
For over 25 years Bowne has been a leader in the fields of information technology and records management in the New York City area. We have worked with local governments, state or federal agencies, academic institutions and private industry customers, and our focus is always addressing the unique needs of our clients with relevant and timely business solutions.
Some sample records management services projects are:
- Scanning and indexing over 600,000 Property Cards for historical archiving and online access through the publicly accessible Nassau County Land Records Viewer (http://www.nassaucountyny.gov/mynassauproperty/main.jsp).
- Scanning and indexing 40,000 Sign Cards for integration into the Town of Oyster Bay Department of Public Works Maximo work order management system.
- Ongoing Optical Character Recognition, Intelligent Character Recognition, indexing and integration of NYS Accident Reports into Suffolk County’s Public Works GIS system.
- Scanning, indexing and georeferencing of New York City’s large format Urban Renewal Area maps for the NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development. This included digitization of GIS data from the scanned maps.
- Scanning, indexing and georeferencing large format site plans for the U.S. Army’s 77th Regional Readiness Command.
- Integration of GPS-captured photos, scanned and indexed inspection reports, as-builts and records drawings into the NYC Economic Development Corporation’s custom Waterfront Facilities Maintenance Management System.
- Scanning and indexing over 1,000 large format utility drawings and site plans for Hofstra University.
- Compilation of a Records Management Needs Assessment and Implementation Plan and a Records Management Disaster Management Plan for the Town of Tuxedo, New York.
- Scanning engineering contract documents for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey’s Electronic Document Management System, including drawings, aperture cards, microfilm, contract books, engineering estimates and survey base maps.