Company’s document management division claims many firsts for the sector.
Cincinnati-based Cintas Corp.
has announced the 10th anniversary of its document management division. Cintas Document Management says it has pushed the industry forward with many firsts since it was established in 2002.
Cintas claims it was the first company to receive nationwide AAA Certification from the National Association for Information Destruction (NAID) and the first to earn PCI (Payment Card Industry) Data Security Standards compliance, which it confirmed for the fourth consecutive year in 2011. It also was the first to set the Guinness World Record for the most paper collected in a 24-hour period and the first and only document management company to partner with the Times Square Alliance for Good Riddance Day – an annual event held in New York in which people shred bad memories from the previous year. Additionally, Cintas received the 2011 Association for Information and Image Management (AIIM) Distinguished Service Award.
“Each year, negligent document management business practices result in millions of dollars in liability and lost productivity,” says Karen Carnahan, president and COO, Cintas Document Management division. “During the past decade, we have taken great pride in providing more than 170,000 customers with effective solutions that protect their important business data, and give them greater efficiency to control and access their information.”
In addition to working with hundreds of businesses and community members across the U.S. as part of its SmartShred® events, Cintas says it has continued to grow its document management business by adding document storage and imaging services.
“As we continue to grow and expand our services, we pause to thank our valued customers for the past 10 years of growth and success in the document management business,” Carnahan says. “We have built a strong track record of success within the industry and are committed to developing innovative document management solutions and exceeding customers’ expectations.”