Design and Implementation of indexing schemes, document coding schemes, and naming conventions (taxonomies and classification)
Document Management and Records Management programs to meet statutory and regulatory requirements regarding document management issues.
Retention policy and retention management (both paper and electronic documents)
Capture of pages and indexing information into electronic format.
Storage and Destruction
Physical storage and destruction of boxes, file folders, and pages.
Storage with On Demand Capture
Physical storage of boxes, file folders, and pages.Documents in physical storage can be pulled, captured, and transmitted to the customer as needed.
Backup, Blowback and Other Post-Processing
Maintenance of an electronic repository of all captured files and documents in both raw and processed form as a backup.
Captured documents are printed back to hardcopy or burned to a CD or DVD.Blowbacks can be used for discovery requests.
Indexing information can be added to raw files and reprocessed with different naming schemes and directory structures.
Indexing information can be reformatted so that it can be imported into a database or third-party software package.
Different structuring, grouping, or naming of electronic files can be created and burn to CD or otherwise delivered.
Document and File Tracking
This is a normal feature of any storage or capture project.From the point of intake until files are destroyed or returned to their owner, we can track when the file was picked up, storage location, whether and when the paper file has been destroyed or is scheduled to be destroyed, the file’s stage of capture processing, and order delivery status.This service provides a chain of custody that can be reported to the file’s owner.