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Monday, December 22, 2008
5:09 PM | Author: Brett Bumeter - Unknown | | | Edit Post
Due to the Sarbanes-Oxley mandates it is now more important than ever to maintain accurate and organized records (unless you want to incur heavy fines and possibly lose your business). Having said that, many organizations of all sizes are changing the way that they keep records. Having worked in medical records while living in New Hampshire, I am quite familiar with the process in which records are swapped from cumbersome files into a database via document scanning.
There are a number of organizations that specialize in the business or electronic records as well as document scanning, but there is one that stand head and shoulders above the rest; RecordNations. As I mentioned earlier, whether you are a small business or a fortune 500 company, Sarbanes-Oxley as well as general tidiness have undoubtedly forced your hand into moving further into the digital age (at least with records). In addition to transferring records via scanning services, RecordNations also is a provider of storage for records as well as an off site tape storage warehouse.
If you have been considering moving toward electronic record keeping or are looking for an organized "solution" to your disorganized records, you may want to give these guys a look. I don't think you'll be disappointed with their services and level of commitment.