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By discussing with Archive and Document Scanning in detail, customers have seen the benefits from having their paper archived documents, drawings, and current paper documents converted to electronic images.
No more filing and refiling of documents, instant access to your documents when you need them,
no more lost documents!! Once your documents have been scanned and archived onto DVD-R, USB Flash memory drive or HDD your irreplaceable documents will never get misplaced or misfiled again.
No more hunting for old archived files in damp basements, or old dark storage units.
Many hours of lost labour costs are spent searching for misfiled documents and research shows that 1 in 20 documents are lost in a standard office filing system. Using our data storage ie.DVD-R to our Cloud based storage system will enable you to rapidly find all your scanned documents.
Free up valuable office space taken up by filing cabinets, which in turn be used for creating work stations. Why pay more for renting new offices, when you can utilise existing dead office space taken up by filing.
Filing cabinets used to store documents take up space and space costs money. It is a fact that the average filing cabinet consumes nearly 1 sq meter. The average office rent in the City of London is £575.00 per sq meter - thus if your company has 20 filing cabinets, then you are spending £575.00 in rent for each filing cabinet, and hence £11,500.00 for dead space.
Did you know that you can fit 3 x four - drawer filing cabinets of information on ONE DVD ?
No more expensive and ongoing storage costs.
No more expensive and time consuming retrieval fees
No large set up costs or expensive hardware purchases.
No more costs lost by loss of data. Back up by DVD's USB memory flash drives, or HDD’s ensure the scanning procedure provides your company with a full disaster recovery process, and loss of information through fire, flood, or theft.
A recent report by a large insurance company, indicated that companies which suffered a major loss of information due to fire, typically went out of business within 12 months.