Fairfield, NJ (PressExposure) April 29, 2009 -- Archive Systems, Inc., a leading provider of records management services, today announced the addition of a new business records storage facility near its Western Regional Records Center in Phoenix, Arizona. The new facility provides Archive Systems with nearly one million cubic feet of storage space in the area.
"In todayâs economy, companies are trying to cut costs wherever they can. They are turning to Archive Systems because they know we will reduce their business records storage costs without compromising quality or service. This reputation has led to rapid growth in the Phoenix area, so we have expanded our location to include another state-of-the-art facility." said Andy Koval, Executive Vice President of Archive Systems.
The additional Phoenix facility will incorporate barcode tracking, system-driven workflows, and sophisticated records management systems to keep records protected yet easily accessible. It will enhance Archive Systemsâ full service, offsite, business records storage solution, which includes secure document storage and retrieval, delivery, indexing, and document destruction.
Companies will continue to be able to track their entire hard copy inventory by the box or file at the new location. They can search inventory, request physical or Virtual File Delivery, manage retention policies, schedule pickups or deliveries, and order supplies all from their desktop using the Virtual Records Center.
âWe are very excited about the opening of the new location in Phoenix because it enables us to better serve the area. We look forward to helping more and more organizations better manage their business records while cutting costs,â added Koval.
About Archive Systems, Inc. Archive Systems provides comprehensive business records management services and industry leading customer support. These services range from business records storage and secure document shredding to virtual file delivery and document conversion services. The companyâs multiple Record Center facilities, complete with barcode tracking, system-driven workflows, and sophisticated records management systems, keep records protected yet easily accessible. In addition, Archive Systemsâ flagship solution, ASPEN 360, bridges the gaps in partially automated business processes. The offering provides companies with an outsourced service that captures, stores, routes, and archives documents online.
For more information, please visit http://www.archivesystems.com.