WASHING DC, March 4, 2020 — Digital Transitions, the leading provider of high-end digitization solutions for institutions like The Getty, The Smithsonian, and The Library of Congress, has partnered with History Factory, an innovative creative and archival services company known for both building/managing archives and creating unique marketing programs out of corporate archival material for top Fortune 500 companies.
Digital Transitions digitization service division, Pixel Acuity, has installed a digitization facility in History Factory’s Chantilly, VA facility, creating a long-term, integrated partnership that offers greater levels of experience and expertise to their joint projects.
“By leveraging our industry-leading hardware and digitization knowledge, History Factory is able to offer even greater value and long-term ROI to their clients, on top of the outstanding experiences they’re already known for,” said Digital Transitions’ co-founder, Peter Siegel.
“This partnership augments our state of the art digitization capabilities, and offers a seamless one stop shop for clients looking to preserve both their physical and digital archival assets”, said Tim Schantz, Managing Director of Archives and Content Solutions for History Factory.
Digital Transitions is the industry leader in providing high-end Digital imaging solutions & services to the nation’s top photographers and cultural heritage institutions for over 16 years, with offices in New York, California, and Washington DC.
History Factory has over 40 years’ experience in helping leading organizations leverage their past to drive their future through archival programs and creative uses of history to drive strategy, brand positioning, purpose, and external/internal communication, with offices in Washington DC, Chantilly VA, and Chicago IL.
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