Microfilm Is Still Alive

Microfilm no longer serves as a viable method for distribution in today’s digital world. However, microfilm still plays a vital role in record retention especially with land records and pharmaceutical companies. John’s family developed a process called eBeam technology that converts digital images to microfilm. 
In this episode, John will explain the viability and need for microfilm in today’s digital world. You will find it interesting how John adapts his leadership style to the needs of his teams. 


A proven general manager with extensive product and business development experience in high tech, publishing, and government contracting environments. Highly effective self-starter in leading cross-functional operations, project management, vendor, and client relationships.


Manager of Business Development

Innovative Document Imaging LLC

– Advocate Business Development opportunities for Innovative Document Imaging ( IDI ) – Administer US Government registration, compliance, and contracts management for IDI – Established the IDI Connecticut Conversion Center known as eBeam Imaging – Superintend day to day operations for eBeam Imaging – Manage Advanced R&D projects including Electron Beam, and Dosimetry Technologies

General Manager

eBeam Film LLC

• Manager of day-to-day operations and business development for eBeam Film. • Established a five-year service contract with a major government agency. • Collaborated with the government agency to set up appropriate employee security clearances • Established Cyber Security Policies for handling Classified Materials • Authored the company Emergency Occupancy Manual and Physical Security Manual • Managed and provided input to the companies Cybersecurity Compliant Computer Security Manual • Implement all Physical and Cybersecurity improvements
John volunteered as a Youth Sports Coach for both Basketball and Baseball



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