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Document Scanning in Houston, TX

GRM Records Management
10310 Harwin Drive
Houston, TX 77036
Sales Contact: Bridget Olan
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* 50,000 page minimum order size *
 
Royal Imaging (Hou)
6100 Corporate Drive Suite, 470
Houston, TX 77036
Sales Contact: Tom Jones
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DocuFree
10900 Northwest Freeway, Suite 122
Houston, TX 77092
Sales Contact: Brad Jenkins
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Cost of Going Paperless in Houston

The members of the scanning program in Houston are expert in services ranging from document scanning to microfilming to box record storage. Our members have proudly served their markets for years and providing the highest level of quality and service in the industry.Each customers documents are the lifeline to their business. With this in mind, our commitment to personalized customer service and satisfaction has always been our #1 goal.  Most of our members offer features such as Web Hosting, Color Scanning, Full Text OCR, On-Site Scanning, Scanning Oversized Drawings, Rare Books, High Volume Document Scanning, Microfilming and Box Record Storage Service.

Those who are considering contacting a scanning service company in Houston have made the following comments, which they have conveyed to us over the years. If you have similar requests, then call or email now.

"Approx. 2500 medical charts, with an average of 162 pages each in Houston •Scan each chart as one .pdf file •Vendor would pick up at 4:30 PM and return files between 8 and 8:30 am the next day •Charts will be a mix of both single and double sided documents and will already be disassembled from folders and ready to scan"

"I have a scanning project in Houston . We are looking for a scanning company."

"We have approx 108,750 images to be scanned and put on dvd and need a quote by Houston ."

 

The Laws Governing The Security of Private, Consumer Information

Scanning your confidential documents can make it easier to restrict and control the access to records. Only those who are properly authorized can then log into the files with proper authorization and passwords. The laws state that it is the responsibility to do everything in your power to limit unnecessary access to confidential documents. If you examine the workspace of your employees, look for confidential information just setting on desk tops and in unlocked file cabinets and ask yourself if you are doing everything you can to protect confidential information.

What better way to restrict the access to private confidential information than to eliminate the paper records from your work are and only allow authorized employees access to the files via password authorization of encrypted files.