Offsite Records Storage Services in St. Louis, MO
Records storage allows for the secure storage and management of your inactive or archival records. Outsourcing your records storage saves the expense of additional office space and allows for the management of your records without straining your existing administrative staff.
Trusted by Business, Healthcare and Government in the Greater St. Louis area to Store Records
The File Room maintains the confidentiality of your records by limiting access to our records center to only authorized staff members. Each records storage carton is assigned a unique barcode label and shelf location and is entered into our inventory management system every time it is moved or touched.
This process provides a complete audit trail for your offsite inventory and allows for the quick retrieval of cartons at the time of request.
Your offsite inventory is always available to you 24/7, 365 days a year. Web access allows you to request cartons or files conveniently at any time. After we receive your request, your box or file is retrieved and delivered safely to you in one of our secure vehicles. Throughout the process we maintain a strict chain of custody to ensure the security of your information.
State, federal and local laws and regulations require the retention of records for a specific period of time. Records must be produced in timely manner during an auditing process. As a result, it’s important that you have a secure and cost effective storage solution that enable you to preserve, manage and locate your records.
Your Offsite Records Storage Partner
The File Room partners with organizations throughout the greater St. Louis region providing industry-leading security and customer care. Our clients include industries that must adhere to strict guidelines including: hospitals, law firms, banks, insurance companies, government agencies including city, county, state and federal, and many more.
To learn more about our offsite records storage services, please contact us by phone or fill in form on the page.