William B. Meyer, Inc. continues to enhance its ability to serve the healthcare, legal, and business markets in the Northeast by providing a complete document conversion and management solution with their recent acquisition of Microdocuments, Inc., based out of Cheshire, CT. With William B. Meyer already being the largest independent Records Management provider in the region, this acquisition will significantly expand its service capabilities in document imaging, microfilm conversion, and paperless records management.
“This acquisition complements our existing services extremely well. We have a reputation for cost efficient, reliable, and state-of-the-art hardcopy records and off-site media storage.” says Mike Racette, General Manager of the Storage and Logistics division at William B. Meyer, Inc. “We want our customers to know that we are committed to offering them a single-source solution for their total records management needs; from storage to shredding and now through going paperless with our new scanning and data storage capabilities.”
Microdocuments, Inc. is recognized for its strengths and technology used in document scanning, microfilm conversion, and related processes. With this acquisition, Meyer Records Management further enhances its ability to serve core markets by providing a solution to their increasingly stringent document conversion requirements:
Jim Brown, Vice President of Business Development at William B. Meyer, Inc. adds “Microdocuments, Inc. is a great fit for us; it is a local company which has been in the business for roughly 20 years. With their well-established capabilities and skilled personnel joining the Meyer team, we are now able to enhance the total records management services for our customers by offering customized digital solutions.”
The document imaging and conversion capabilities currently available from the acquisition are an ideal fit for the long-term strategy at William B. Meyer, Inc. Brown states “Any business today must be concerned about effectively and proactively addressing environmental issues. Imaging offers a paperless option for companies, allowing William B. Meyer, Inc. to support ‘going green’ efforts on an even wider basis”.
To learn more about William B. Meyer, Inc. Records Management visit www.meyer-records.com