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Zissor is one of the world's leading suppliers of end-to-end business solutions for converting physical documents to electronically searchable information. For this purpose they have established the largest service center in the world.

The main products of Zissor are Zissor Content System and Zissor Media System which is used by the largest media monitoring companies in the world.


In media monitoring market Zissor is known as an innovative service provider that offers unique and effective article segmentation services. Company has a wide range of clients including media monitoring companies, national archives, libraries, and press companies. 70% of Zissor’s customers are permanent clients.
Zissor has digitalized the archives of more than 40 different newspapers and magazines in recent years.

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Zissor Media System and Zissor Content System have 20 years of digitization experience. They are highly valued software and media digitization provider.

Zissor works closely with libraries and media monitoring companies, sharing know-how and ensuring client feedback for the ongoing further enhancement of our software portfolio.


The Zissor Media System (ZMS) for media monitoring companies is a complete end-to-end solution for the production of press clippings. Input can be scans in TIFF or JPG format as well as PDF or XML. Output can be provided in all convenient formats and layouts, including JPG, PDF and XML. The system consists of multiple programs working in parallel, which ensures highly efficient performance.

The Zissor Content System is software for the digitization of newspaper and magazine archives. It is a complete end-to-end solution. Input can be scans from microfilm or paper documents in TIFF or JPG format, or direct conversion from PDFs. Digitized information can be provided in flexible layouts in JPG, PDF and XML formats, with several XML standards possible. The system is typically used by libraries and archive institutions as well as publishers who want to digitize their archives and/or to convert files from PDFs to XML. It is also used by providers of services in this market.

Zissor Digitization Services is a comprehensive package of services for digitizing newspaper and magazine archives. Zissor has multiple partners for scanning microfilm and paper documents and has processed millions of pages for publishers who want to digitize their archives.

In addition, the company can convert PDFs to JPG, PDF or XML formats to achieve uniformity in archives. All formats are flexible and adapt to your needs, so you can use your preferred tool for viewing and searching and also include them in your internal archives for journalists.



The Norwegian regional newspaper Hamar Arbeiderblad digitized their entire newspaper archive in 2012. Zissor handled the whole project – scanning 13 tons of paper from the years 1924 to 2017, the equivalent of approximately 700 bound books, at the office of our scanning partner.


La Stampa, a large newspaper from Torino, Italy, was digitized using the Zissor Content System. A partner used our software with optical character recognition (OCR) to automatically generate and manually tag more than 22 million from 2.1 million pages in the archive for 1867-2010. In doing so with Zissor software, all metadata were exported to a custom XML designed for the project. Scans were done from microfilm. The archive is available at.


The Media Conversion Centre at the Riksarkivet MKC national archive in Fränsta, Sweden, acquired the Zissor Content System for the digitization of old Swedish newspapers and ongoing digitization each day of all newspapers currently published in the country. The centre uses Zissor’s software, with optical character recognition (OCR) and automatic article recognition, to digitize up to 50,000 pages every day.


The Cision UK Gorkana Group (previously ‘Durrants’ and ‘Gorkana Group’) of the UK has been using the Zissor Media System for the production of press clippings since 2000. Running 24/7 for nearly 20 years, the system by now has processed more than 340 million pages.

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