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Archive Systems Opens Facility in Seattle Area

Company offers both cloud-based virtual file room technology and traditional storage methods.

SDB Staff March 11, 2011

Archive Systems Inc., a provider of records and document management services headquartered in Fairfield, N.J., has opened a new business records facility to serve the Seattle metropolitan region. The location will provide more than 400,000 cubic feet of storage space to customers in the Northwest.

"Our expansion into the SeaTac market is in large part attributable to the success we've experienced in Portland. The feedback we've received from our clients there has been tremendous and really highlighted the need for alternative records and document management solutions in the Pacific Northwest region. Our combination of records management services and software solutions provide companies with an innovative new approach to managing their information," says Andy Koval, executive vice president of Archive Systems.

Along with advanced technologies, the Washington facility includes traditional records management services such as business records storage, document destruction and offsite data protection. It incorporates barcode tracking, system-driven workflows and sophisticated records management systems to keep records protected yet easily accessible.

"We continue to find people in the Pacific Northwest enthusiastically embracing our progressive solutions. Organizations are excited to learn about our unique approach that helps streamline processes, cut costs, and provide instant access to business-critical information. We're looking forward to working with them to dramatically improve their ability to manage business records," adds Koval.

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