Tacoma Scanning Solutions Companies
Document Scanning Companies of America in Tacoma offer the various services. Call for a quote now:
- Conversion of old files (Both onsite and offsite)
- Document administration
- Color imaging options
- Facility for online access availablity
- X-rays scanning
- Over sized format Scanning
Organizations initiating scanning solutions have been contacting the associates of Document Scanning Companies of America with comments like these below. These are the types of projects They need completed. Please call the members of the association in your area now and tell them what you need to have done in Tacoma.
"We are in need of scanning accounting documents close to Tacoma due to space issues. What type of service do you have and would you guys come to the location to do the scanning."
"I have approximately 50 boxes to scan in Tacoma . The boxes are mostly of the non-banker's storage box size. I am not interested in OCR-conversion. It would be ongoing until I am able to manage the on-going paper production."
"Would like to be able to retrieve the records when needed. To purge medical records when necessary. What do you do with document when They are scanned? How is the indexing completed. The records are in Tacoma ."
"I am considering scanning the files in our by Tacoma office. I need an idea of what something like this cost. "
"Wanted to know if you could scan Large Drawing files on location at our at our Tacoma plant. We are currently unsure of the quantity of scanned documents but may be as larger or over 2,500+ drawings. Drawing Size range from 34-inches x 55-inches. "
"I would like to talk to someone about scanning a large volume of documentssouth of Tacoma ."
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GLB (Gramm Leach Bliley) Dictates the Protection of Financial Records
Gramm Leach Bliley (GLB) is another federal law with a much broader scope than HIPAA. The broad standards outlined in this law were designed to compel financial institutions to "respect the privacy of its customers and to protect the security and confidentiality of those customers' non-public personal information." Specifically, this law requires protection against "unauthorized access to or use of such records or information which could result in substantial harm or inconvenience to any customer." See page 1, section (b) (3) of Section 501 of the Conference Report and Text of Gramm-Leach-Bliley Bill published by the Senate Banking Committee.