BUSINESS RECORDS MANAGEMENT

Records Management Solutions for Your Business

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Unlike traditional records management vendors that cannot – or will not – understand and address your specific needs, Access provides comprehensive, flexible and scalable solutions that synthesize and protect all of your physical and digital information assets. Our efficient use of powerful technologies and analytics, extensive quality control measures and local customer support ensure that our clients can reduce costs, improve efficiencies and enjoy the very best service.

The documents and information pertaining to your company, customers and employees are important business assets that need to be maintained correctly.

Many of these records are subject to privacy, retention and destruction regulations, but also need to be accessed and shared quickly and securely. Unfortunately, restrictions to space, time, personnel and technological advancements limit the records management options of many organizational leaders. That’s where Access comes in.

We can design a comprehensive and compliant physical and digital asset management program that incorporates all of your departments and services, including:

  • Accounting 
  • Billing
  • Purchasing
  • Sales
  • Project Management 
  • Facilities
  • Information Technology (IT)
  • Human Resources

Find out how we can ensure your compliance with applicable state and federal regulations, as well as internal information governance policies.
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