Document Capture

  • Mallon Technology Awarded An Bord Pleanala Project

    By Andrew Bennett | Wed 2nd Apr 2014

    Mallon Technology are proud to announce that it has been contracted to digitally scan and geo-reference An Bord Pleanala's (ABP) full planning register archive. ABP is an independent, statuory body that is responsible for deciding appeals from planning decisions made by local authorities in Ireland as well as ruling on all major strategic infrastructure projects. As such ABP has collected a vast amount of paper maps which it consults bef

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  • Military Pensions Collection Launch

    By Andrew Bennett | Tue 28th Jan 2014

    The Irish Military Service Pensions Collection, the first release of which was launched last week by An Taoiseach, Mr Enda Kenny T.D., is a cornerstone project of the Irish Government Decade of Centenaries 2012-2022. Mallon Technology were an integral part of the project having won the tender to digitise the paper documents into digital format. The project was awarded in 2010 and we supplied a team of 4 archive scanning personnel to the

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  • Department of Social & Family Affairs

    By Andrew Bennett | Mon 29th Apr 2013

    Mallon Technology has been awarded and undertaken the data capture of up to 1,000,000 tax contribution records for the Department of Social and Family Affairs, Ireland. Based in one of our Dublin offices, the main objectives of the project are to capture and store in electronic format pre-1979 contribution data on the Central Records System (CRS) and to make the data available to scheme systems/sections to support the determination of eligi

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  • Louth County Archives Project

    By Andrew Bennett | Mon 3rd Sep 2012

    We are delighted to have won a contract to digitise the Grand Jury book collection for Louth County Archives. The digitisation of the archive collection has been undertaken for the purpose of improving public access to the collection by way of an online facility, as well as to ensure its preservation. Mallon Technology has been working with Louth County Archives since 2005 providing scanning and reprographic services for their historical

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  • NIHE Contract Award

    By Andrew Bennett | Fri 29th Jul 2011

    Mallon Technology has been awarded a prestigious tender by the Northern Ireland Housing Executive. NIHE, Northern Ireland’s sole comprehensive housing authority, manages approximately 90,000 publicly owned dwellings. We are currently contracted to process land transaction updates to the NIHE GIS land terrier system, a geographic information system that contains all data relating to their land/buildings holdings. The project involves t

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  • Mallon Technology Become Docsvault Resellers

    By Andrew Bennett | Thu 12th May 2011

    Mallon Technology are delighted to announce that they have become resellers of Docsvault, a simple, affordable, and feature rich Document Management software with all the tools for a complete conversion to a paperless office. According to Forbes ASAP, the average business person spends 150 hours per year searching for information. Now, assume that this person’s time is modestly estimated at £15 per hour. This results in over £2000

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  • The Only Constant is Change

    By Andrew Bennett | Thu 10th Feb 2011

    Got another lesson today in how business requirements continue to change long after you thought the software that fulfilled those requirements was finished. I’ve been working on exporting some scanned images from our digitising department to plug into Diamond Fire for one of our customers. We have an in-house indexing system that the scanners use, and a front end tool to generate an import file in any format we need for the customer to

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  • Mallon Win County Council Planning Projects

    By Andrew Bennett | Sat 13th Nov 2010

    Mallon Technology, through the competitive tender process, has been awarded two six figure projects which entail the GIS and the file capture of planning applications. The first of these is for Cavan County Council. The project is expected to take eight months to complete and includes the scanning of over 13,800 planning files. Tara Spain, Senior Planner at Cavan County Council, commented We have chosen Mallon Technology due to their previo

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  • Data Capture Project for Department of the Environment

    By Andrew Bennett | Sat 13th Nov 2010

    Mallon Technology has been awarded the contract to capture all personnel and subject files for the Department of the Environment in Ireland. The Department of the Environment, like many other central government organisations has decided to implement an enterprise wide document management system. One of the key challenges in doing this is capturing critical data and making it usable for all stakeholders within the organisation. Mallo

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