Seminole State College of Florida Transitions to Digital with the Help of Pioneer Records Management
Seminole State College of Florida takes strides to digitize over 3 million documents in the months to come.
Seminole State College in partnership with Pioneer Records Management will, over the coming months, be taking steps forward to transition to a new streamlined and secure digital record content management system. Established in 1987 and based in Sanford, Florida, Pioneer Records Management employs many central Floridians as it provides document digitization services to both the private and public sector throughout the nation.
Seminole State currently has about 1.5 million hardcopy records it intends to digitize; a number, while large, still only serves as roughly half of the total 3 million documents it means to digitize within the coming year. The digitization project is predicted to kick off in early November 2017 and be completed by June of 2018. In its endeavors to rejuvenate and evolve its file system, Seminole State College will benefit from the update through reduced risk of records loss, increased records security, and enhanced accessibility to records.
Chris Granville, General Manager of Pioneer Records Management had this to say: "With the continuous advancements in technology at the pace we see today; we here at PRM witness first hand, the growing needs companies, schools, hospitals, and municipalities face for quality digitization services in a growing digital world." Steve Rumsey, Chairman and CEO of Pioneer Technology Group, the parent company of Pioneer Records Management, went on to add: "Since moving to Seminole County in 2008, Seminole State College and the surrounding schools have been a driving force in our success. We're committed to continue developing our relationship with these institutions as they've provided us with an incredible and talented employee base over the years."
Pioneer Records Management provides digital document conversion services to all types of documents such as paper, micro-film, micro-fiche, and others. The state of the art conversion facility in Sanford, Florida offers storage and document destruction services, software for onsite document management, consulting services, & the popular YourDox system, a cloud based software solution for Content Management needs.