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Efficient Paper Filing – Centralization Part 3: Filing Controls

Today’s post is the last installment in our three-part series on centralizing physical records and creating a “paperlite” environment. In the last two posts we covered off file consolidation, conversion and space planning. This week we focus on filing controls, which are critical to the success of a centralized records storage system.Read More

How to Plan a Centralized File Collection – Part 2

In last week’s blog post, we kicked off a three-part series on centralizing physical records. In part one, we learned that you need to have a clear understanding of existing practices before you can develop a standard filing system for the centralized records room. This week we focus on how storage and space planning can save money and make the most of the available space in your centralized file room.Read More

How to Plan a Centralized File Collection – Part 1

One of the most common questions in records management is whether to store records in multiple locations or in a single, centralized file room. Centralizing records has many benefits, but whether it is the right move depends on your organization and the specific needs of your team. If you have explored the pros and cons and are ready to move forward with centralization, our three part blog post offers tips and techniques to make your centralization project a success.Read More

Questions you need to ask before buying a shelving system

Purchasing a new shelving system for file folders and other media is not an easy task. There are so many options available and all with different features and benefits. Unfortunately, choosing the wrong shelving system can have a huge impact on the business – it can reduce worker efficiency, increase operating costs, and jeopardize security […]Read More

Stop spending so much on records storage! Here’s how.

“Lifting the lid” on your company’s records storage practices can be a real eye-opening exercise. In most cases, a closer look will reveal inefficiencies that are driving up your record storage costs. While this is obviously bad news, it comes with a silver lining. Rethinking and revamping your approach to storage gives you the opportunity to create something more efficient than you’ve ever had before. This post offers tips to help you find those savings.Read More

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