document management

Records Management Requires Consistency

By |June 11th, 2014|indexing, News, Standards|Comments Off on Records Management Requires Consistency

Pittsburgh-based Business Records Management LLC (BRM) has acquired the assets of ABC Mobile Shredding Inc. This marks the fifth purchase by BRM in four years. This somewhat ironic combination of services does have commonality and merging a vendor into an organization can be smart business strategy.

Document Management is Key

By |May 2nd, 2014|indexing, News|Comments Off on Document Management is Key

Infolinx System Solutions has partnered with Bizquip Business Solutions and in turn expanded its global presence. Now integrated with ECM products like Microsoft SharePoint® and Laserfiche, the Infolinx application provides clients with a contemporary technology platform, a browser agnostic application interface, expanded records request capability, and improved reporting functionality.

Applying Strategy

By |March 20th, 2014|News, storage|Comments Off on Applying Strategy

Archive Management Systems (AMS) is incorporating ibml’s SoftTrac Capture Suite software and ImageTrac scanner in their recent production scanning and document capture solution.

Designing a Robust Records Management System

By |December 5th, 2013|indexing, News, Taxonomy|Comments Off on Designing a Robust Records Management System

Infolinx System Solutions has implemented Infolinx WEB at Rutgers University, a leading national research university. The implementation of Infolinx WEB will provide the university’s records management office with tracking of over 100,000 boxes, as well as other files and media, in their new on-campus storage warehouse. This move in records management provides the staff at Rutgers with a tool commensurate with their knowledge and abilities.

Remembering the Value of Space

By |November 19th, 2013|News, search|Comments Off on Remembering the Value of Space

A dynamic document management program can reduce costs, improve findability, and make work flow seamless. Document management systems continue to evolve, and what was once seen as a luxury is now considered a requirement.