Case Studies

Access is proud to serve the information needs of a wide range of clients. From Fortune 1000 companies with locations all over the world, to small innovative businesses with a need to protect their most important documents and make their businesses more efficient, our clients have great stories.

Protecting Privacy and Saving Time with HR Document Management

With more than 7,000 employees and over 30 locations across multiple counties, Summa Health is one of the largest integrated healthcare delivery systems in Ohio. Learn how Access helped with managing their wide-reaching HR file management needs in this case study. Download Now

Digitizing Employee Documents to Free Up Real Estate and HR Time

With over 4,000 locations and more than 24,000 employees in the U.S. alone, this retailer of professional beauty supplies experiences a significant volume of HR document and compliance requirements for its rapidly changing workforce. Find out how Access helped them transition from paper to digital employee records in this case study. Download >

Gaining Secure Global Access to Distributed Employee Documents

With thousands of hotels in over 60 countries and multiple well-known brands, this organization is one of the world’s most diverse hotel companies. Check out how Access helped make retrieving field-based employee files simple in this case study. Download >

Centralized HR Document Management Leads to Better Compliance Controls

This American supermarket chain expanded quickly, and managing HR files across an increasingly spread-out footprint became more time-consuming and difficult. Learn how Access helped their HR reps become more efficient in this case study. Download >

Caught in a Sea of Ine “fish” encies

American Seafoods Group is one of the world’s leading vertically integrated seafood companies and has two primary operating companies; American Seafood Company and American Marine Ingredients. Continue Reading Caught in a Sea of Ine “fish” encies

A New Way to Handle Records

Read our Interview with Patrick Benedict, Director of Records Management Services of Perkins Coie, a law firm with 19 offices across the US and Asia. Continue Reading A New Way to Handle Records

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