Armedia Supports Department of Energy with the Implementation of Archive Systems’ Physical Records Management Solution
Vienna, VA — May 24, 2011. Armedia, LLC announced that, in partnership with Archive Systems, Inc., it has supported the Department of Energy (DOE) for over a year to significantly enhance the DOE’s ability to manage its physical records as part of a broader effort to consolidate, upgrade and automate the Agency’s record management abilities.
DOE is a large and complex agency with a worldwide mission vital to U.S. national security and the economy. That mission is to promote the national, economic, and energy security of the United States; to promote scientific and technological innovation in support of that mission; and to ensure the environmental cleanup of the national nuclear weapons complex. “The number and types of records produced by the DOE is staggering, and we are proud to help the DOE manage them as strategic assets. Armedia is pleased to support DOE with this and other content management initiatives,” said James Bailey, President of Armedia.
Armedia and Archive Systems worked on a multi-stage project to install OmniRIM Physical Records Management software and to configure its Connector to EMC Documentum. OmniRIM is a configurable solution that helps records managers track and manage physical records throughout the life cycle, up to and including disposal. It enables an organization to exercise centralized control over its physical records at every stage. The integration of OmniRIM and Documentum allows the organizations to efficiently manage both physical and electronic records with one holistic view. Lenard Turton, Contractor for the Office of Legacy Management ant the Department Of Energy said that “The combination of Armedia services and the OmniRIM product was right compliment to Documentum to allow DOE to effectively manage it records.”
“OmniRIM was developed specifically for government agencies and companies in regulated industries that generate significant volumes of paper records, and need capabilities for lifecycle management beyond what is available in most enterprise content management systems. Now that we have completed the implementation with Armedia, we look forward to working with the DOE to respond to its evolving records and information management needs,” said Gordon Rapkin, CEO of Archive Systems.
About Armedia, LLC.
Armedia is a technology firm, focusing on information and content management solutions. Armedia has industry-acclaimed expertise, services and products in business process, document, record and case management, as well as collaboration, content publishing and content migration. Armedia has experience providing these services on various platforms to include Alfresco, EMC Documentum, IBM FileNet, and Microsoft SharePoint. Armedia’s mission is to provide world-class solutions to its clients and assisting them in achieving tangible returns on their technology investments.
Armedia is veteran owned, 8(a)/SDB certified, GSA Schedule IT70 holder, and is CMMI Level 3 Maturity appraised. Armedia has offices in Atlanta, GA; Huntsville, AL; and Vienna, VA. For more information visit Armedia’s website at https://www.armedia.com.
About Archive Systems, Inc.
Archive Systems offers a full range of services and solutions for organizations to manage physical and digital records from a single source. For documents stored both on-site and off-site, the company enables complete lifecycle management while addressing regulatory compliance, corporate governance and access to information for legal discovery. By uniting traditional records management services with cloud-based Virtual File Room technology. Archive Systems provides a bridge to a paperless future. Through this innovative approach, Archive Systems is changing the way the world manages documents. For more information, please visit https://www.archivesystems.com.