Tennessee Document Destruction Company
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Making Tennessee Our Home
As the largest privately-held records and information management provider in the US, we have been focused on constant improvements and growth since our establishment in 2004. We entered the local market through a 2015 acquisition of a Tennessee file storage services provider, and are looking forward to the next opportunity TN can present to us.
Quality Service All Over Tennessee
Whether in Piney Flats, Memphis, Nashville, Knoxville, Chattanooga or any of the other 347 municipalities located throughout the state, we can provide customized document scanning, storage and shredding solutions that are perfect for your accounting department, medical center, legal firm or other business. Give us a call to set up a free consultation and we’ll come to you!
Tennessee File Storage Services
Trust Us with Your TN Records Management Needs
You depend on your document storage and destruction provider to ensure that your records remain safe, secure and easy to access. That’s where our renowned record center and management facilities come in. Your files contain sensitive information; our state-of-the-art facilities contain innovative features that include:
- Secure pickups and deliveries.
- Biometric access requirements for physical admissions.
- Barcode-based inventory tracking and online access through our secure FileLineACCESS system.
- Constant monitoring with video surveillance systems.
- Eco-friendly fire suppression systems and fire-ratings that surpass industry standards.
- Systems that regulate humidity and temperature levels.
If your Tennessee company requires document destruction services for printed files, digital media, computer hard drives or any other non-paper records that have outlived their lifecycles, we can help. Contact us today for a free quote!
Tennessee Year-End Review
Do you keep up on the latest data breach news? USA Today reported that 43% of companies had a data breach in 2015. We’ve pulled together a few examples of local companies that didn’t have secure enough records management systems in place: