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BTS understand that accurate and secure information is essential for effective business practice. Many of our clients' administrative systems and procedures are the lifeblood of their business so the organisation and storage of documents are just as important as reliable document output devices.
We have seen the evolution of vital technologies such as the transition of analogue photocopiers through to digital MFD's. This has lead to Document Management becoming more relevant to both hard copy and electronic data. As the lifeblood of businesses, documents have their own life cycle. By document life cycle we refer to the creation of a document; the continued use of any document including editing and reference; the archiving process and the ultimate secure storage and disposal of documents.
BTS works with clients to ensure that their end to end document management systems and procedures are compliant with all legislation whether the files are in electronic or paper format. Our document management consultancy provides cost-effective compliancy solutions using combination of the latest software packages and our vast experienceproviding document management solutions to clients throughout our 20 year history.
Our scalable Document Management solutions range from single user through to corporate solutions, replacing large paper file archives for clients to an electronic managed searchable database. We work with our clients to improve traceability within document management, improving control and visibility within a document lifecycle. We have a track record of reducing the loss of data and documents for our clients, allowing for compliance with the regulatory legislation.
FIA & DPA Compliance
Two of the major legislative changes that affected document management in the marketplace were the Data Protection Act of 1998 and the Freedom of Information Act of 2000. Both were in response to the changing face of information management from the widespread availability of information via the internet. Both legislative changes were introduced to regulate the purpose, method and nature of data stored about individuals.