Professional Records Management Services Can Make the Job Easier
Did you know the average office worker generates about 10,000 sheets of paper per year? While technological advances and cloud-based storage solutions may have reduced the dependence on paper records, achieving a 100% paperless office is still an ideology and not a reality. No matter how small or large your company, and how sophisticated your systems and technology, you may still have to preserve and manage heaps and tons of physical files and documents on an ongoing basis.
Without a systematic process for sorting, filing, storing, and tracking these records, you may find yourself dealing with a monster that gives you records management nightmares. Unorganized records would mean chaos, confusion and delays in identifying or retrieving critical documents for business transactions, audit queries, or even legal proceedings. This could translate into revenue loss, brand recession, customer attrition, compliance issues, and several other workplace inefficiencies.
At Crown Information Management, we understand the issues associated with preserving physical files and documents, and have helped several clients tame their paper monsters. Read on to know how your business could benefit from hiring records management professionals like us.
The efficiency of your records management practices directly impacts your company’s risk management, corporate governance and compliance-related outcomes. Partnering with a SOC1, NAID AAA and PCI Certified company, such as Crown Information Management will help you invest your time, money, space and resources in your core business activities.
Here are some of the benefits of leaving your records management activities in the hands of our qualified and experienced information management specialists.
Our records management services operate like an extension of your company. We use proven methods and provide affordable solutions to protect your institutional memory and enhance your organizational efficiencies.
Call 800-979-9545 or contact us online to learn more about our wide range of records management and destruction services.