Click on your state below to find a service provider.

Motivation to Start Scanning Govt Records

Typical Motivation for Starting Scanning Government Records

Do you spend too much time retrieving records? Do some of your documents actually get lost? Files stored in a central location and that are reviewed periodically have a great chance of being mis-filed or never refilled. The result is that it takes a great amount of time to find such files.

Would you save time and money if your customers could view the documents they need online? Do you and your customers need instant access to the files? Is immediate customer service becoming extremely important?

Are you running out of space for the hard copy files? Are you looking at the costs of special filing systems, such as rolling files? Are you looking at the costs of acquiring more office space for file storage? Are any of these costs in your budget?

Do you feel a need to reduce your overall costs associated with storing, retrieving, refilling and the safety and security of your documents?

If you had a disaster such as a hurricane, flood or fire, are your current documents protected?

Typical Requests For Services

We are a high school in center city, and have 2 large filing cabinets with 7 years worth of paperwork that need to be scanned and archived.
I am the records manager at the
In regard to the request for the price quote for a potential scanning job at the USEPA document review center in NYC, there is an area at the review center with tables and access to electricity that can be used as a workstation.
I have been asked by a title and escrow company in xxxx County to assist them in determining costs on a scanning project that needs to be accomplished by spring.
Our company is researching suppliers of document scanning/electronic database systems to determine which supplier offers the best fit for EFC. We have contract with Government and Commercial customers that hold contractual agreements that detail reco