Records and Document Management

Studies estimate that 80% of business information is still retained on paper and searching for documents can claim up to 60% of an office worker’s time. When no one can find a document, it costs money to reproduce it; if it is irreplaceable, you could be facing potentially serious consequences.

Loffler’s Managed Onsite Services will work with you to bring structure to your documents, help efficiently manage them, and provide imaging and indexing solutions to transform masses of paper into easy to use digital files.

Our records and document management services include:

  • Back-File and Day-Forward Scanning
  • File Room Records Management
  • File Recall and Client Matter Updates
  • Document Management

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