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Contex has launched a new blog: WideFormatScanning.com. This blog covers a wide range of topics, from the latest developments in scanning technologies to fascinating case studies from users across the globe. The WideFormatScanning.com blog will also highlight how wide format scanning solves real-world challenges and will regularly provide valuable tips to maximise a scanner’s productivity.

WideFormatScanning.com is for anyone interested in the subject. Prospective customers will find valuable information to make purchasing decisions easier. Existing customers will find in-depth articles on getting the best-possible image quality, as well as examples that demonstrate how users from various industries are solving their scanning challenges.

“WideFormatScanning.com is a great resource for anyone interested in scanning. From technical articles to scans captured by Contex scanners, this blog presents readers with comprehensive insight into wide format scanning technology and its capabilities,” comments Steve Blanken, General Manager, Contex Americas. “Our new blog complements our corporate website by providing an in-depth look into our products as well as detailed real-world applications of wide format scanning."

Visitors can expect to see informative weekly updates on WideFormatScanning.com. Upcoming posts will address the obsolescence of Microsoft’s Windows XP operating system and its impact on Contex wide format scanners, as well as an informative article on scanning three-dimensional objects with the Contex HD iFlex flatbed scanner. Visitors will also learn how to improve productivity with time-saving Nextimage software techniques. In the coming month, Contex will reveal details for an upcoming wide format scanning contest.

Visitors are encouraged to subscribe to WideFormatScanning.com to receive a monthly digest of the blog’s valuable content, as well as exclusive promotions available only to WideFormatScanning.com readers.

WideFormatScanning.com is also on Twitter at @widescanning.