There is no question that the documents we create today need to be accessible for future generations. This is especially true for U.S. Federal Government agencies; preserving their legacy is not only incredibly important, but mandatory. Organizations like the National Archives Records Administration are responsible for collecting and maintaining documents from every branch of government. They are responsible for archiving each President’s administrative records, which include phone records, signed bills, hand written notes, etc. The importance of document management cannot be overlooked. In order to learn from history, we must be able to preserve and accurately access documented records.
Technology is now making it possible for agencies to maintain and store records more efficiently. PDF compressor technologies will not only allow you to save money on storage space, but also ensure that your records are in compliance and have the capability to be accessed by any machine, anywhere, for the next 75 years.
Would Your Agency Benefit? 1. Would your agency benefit from documents that are easier to access, store, and transmit? 2. Would employees benefit from having image documents and reliable text searches with OCR? 3. Would your organization benefit from converting documents into PDF/A to ensure they look the same in the future?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, it’s time to consider a solution for your agency to be better preserved for the future.
About Kevin Lancaster
Kevin Lancaster leads Winvale’s corporate growth strategies in both the commercial and government markets. He develops and drives solutions to meet Winvale’s business goals while enabling an operating model to help staff identify and respond to emerging trends that affect both Winvale and the clients it serves. He is integrally involved in all aspects of managing the firm’s operations and workforce, leading efforts to improve productivity, profitability, and customer satisfaction.
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