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As you accelerate digital transformation, you want to reduce cost and risk by destroying paper records that are no longer needed. Unfortunately, this is often not as simple as it sounds.
If you answered yes to and of the above questions, ask us about Iron Mountain Smart Sort.
You want to reduce cost and risk by destroying paper records as they meet retention requirements. Unfortunately, this is not as simple as it sounds.
With Iron Mountain Smart Sort, you can quickly and confidently make decisions about your legacy files to enable a more compliant and efficient records management program.
Our trained records management team will use input from your database and records retention schedule to automate defensible decision-making at the file level. We will sort and reorganize your records so that you can confidently make decisions about disposition and quickly meet business objectives, like responding to a divestiture, legal matter, or destruction requirements.
With a single touch, the Iron Mountain team can make a real-time decision, based on your retention policy, about what to do with your file. This drives significant efficiencies, allowing us to deliver a truly cost-effective solution.
When it comes to cleaning up your legacy records inventory, we understand that no two boxes are alike and that different circumstances require different approaches. That’s why Smart Sort is just one component of Iron Mountain’s Smart Records Cleanup Suite, a collection of solutions that, together, address your organization’s entire legacy records inventory.
Have boxes missing record codes? Smart Assign automatically assigns record classification codes according to your organization’s records retention schedule.
Storing boxes full of unknown contents? Smart Reveal takes purposeful photographs of each box so that you can understand the contents and make informed decisions about the next steps.
Commingled files? Smart Sort technology reorganizes your files according to destruction eligibility, category, association, or whatever you require—regardless of record storage location.