Manages Electronic and Physical Records Including Tight Integration with Microsoft® SharePoint® 2010.
(1888PressRelease) June 07, 2011 - Fairfield, NJ - Archive Systems, Inc., a leading provider of records and document management services, today announced the release of OmniRIM™ Records Center, a cloud-based solution that gives organizations the power to access, protect and control their business-critical information. It features Archive Systems' acclaimed physical records management functions, seamlessly integrated with electronic records management capabilities to provide secure lifecycle management of a company's valuable informational assets.
OmniRIM Records Center is the first SaaS-solution to unify electronic and physical records, and deliver a comprehensive view with centralized control. Organizations are now able to establish consistent document classification, define security and retention policies, and manage both physical and digital records no matter where they are stored. The solution controls in-house or external business records storage providers such as Archive Systems or Iron Mountain.
Knowledge workers can easily classify documents, and OmniRIM Records Center will automatically apply corporate policies for retention and compliance. It also ensures quick access to information. Knowledge workers are able to quickly search and find corporate records without regard to where they are physically or virtually located. With this centralized data in a secure SaaS environment, organizations can enforce consistent classification, retention and disposal policies to help comply with regulations and protect against surprises during discovery and litigation.
The solution is tightly integrated with the Microsoft® SharePoint® 2010 platform to effectively manage digital documents and create a high performance and scalable environment. It can also be utilized with other Enterprise Content Management systems and related software applications.
OmniRIM Records Center ensures that appropriate and consistent retention policies are applied to all records, and that no record gets inadvertently destroyed before the end of its lifecycle. The enhanced audit controls enable organizations to track chain of custody, transfers and modifications to records, including identifying the reasons for change. With its powerful legal hold mechanism, critical records can easily be identified and sequestered so that they will be preserved and protected from inadvertent dissemination or destruction.
"When we showed OmniRIM Records Center to select clients, they wanted to implement it immediately. All they had to see was how easy it is for administrators to establish corporate policies and for knowledge workers to create and find corporate information. The dashboards are packed with valuable business intelligence that delivers immediate information and control over the entire document lifecycle. It truly changes the way physical and electronic records are managed," said Gordon Rapkin, CEO at Archive Systems.
Using OmniRIM Records Center, records managers are able to securely store and dispose of records in compliance with their lifecycle. Combined with the powerful, ArchiveMetrics™, the solution provides real-time information to support conclusions on compliance, storage allocations, costs, budgets, and destruction that were never available before and can lead to significant reductions in the cost of a records management program.
About Archive Systems, Inc.
Archive Systems offers a full range of services and solutions for organizations to manage physical and digital records from a single source. For documents stored both on-site and off-site, the company enables complete lifecycle management while addressing regulatory compliance, corporate governance and access to information for legal discovery. By uniting traditional records management services with cloud-based Virtual File Room technology. Archive Systems provides a bridge to a paperless future. Through this innovative approach, Archive Systems is changing the way the world manages documents. For more information, please visit www.archivesystems.com.