Cost of Document Imaging in Ventura County
The importance of optimizing the managing, reviewing and understanding electronic documents is critical. Our members in Ventura County provide the highest level of competence in all these areas and more. Whether it is scanning large volumes of paper, creating full-text searchable databases (OCR), or performing various methods of image file conversion, we have years of experience in this area. We have the process, procedures, and people in place to securely and appropriately scan your confidential information while accurately managing any size imaging project.
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Read the quotes below from other companies like you who are getting ready to implement a "paperless" office. Contact the member of the association in your area now to start your project.
- I am looking for a vendor who can provide scanning services to us. We have approx 10K to be scanned per month.
- We are a performing arts center in downtown Sanford and have 10 boxes of paperwork we need scanned. I don't know the total number of images that need to be scanned. We are looking for companies to come and give us an estimate.
- I need a quote on a large scanning project, the sooner you can get back with me would be great.
- We are an Escrow & Title Company that has approximately over 10,000 files to scan. My question is how much do you charge to scan and how is this process done
- we are working on converting all of our personnel files from physical files to electronic files. I am looking to find a company that can scan all of our current personnel files for us, in which I can take the electronic documents and upload them int
- We need to have a large amount of documents scanned. Please let me know how much it would be for 4000-5000 pages
- have 10 years of documents I need scanned and years of shredding, could you please contact me tomorrow
The Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003 (FACTA) Another Privacy Protection Law
The Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003 also known as the FACT Act (or FACTA) was signed into law on December 4, 2003. In general, the Act amends the Fair Credit Reporting Act (``FCRA''). The Act contains a number of provisions intended to combat consumer fraud and related crimes, including identity theft, and to assist its victims
The Disposal Rule of FACTA, requires entities covered by the rule to take "reasonable measures" to protect against unauthorized access to or use of information. Scanning records and taking them off-site to a professional record storage company is one way to restrict access to such records, while at the same time making the records immediately available on the desk top screen.