Best Records Management

Records Management Solutions

Documents are central to business transactions that occur every day.  Even in today’s digital age, most organizations need to retain physical documents — but, they should not take over your prime office real estate.  Storing your records in a state of the art off-site record facility provides enhanced security, where they’re never more than a few clicks away.

Secure Document Storage

The Wilson Group’s RIM professionals will work with you to identify records for relocation to our secure off-site records storage facilities, where they’ll be tagged and classified using your own terminology, tracked with barcode labels, and made available on our web portal, so you quickly locate and retrieve your information as needed.

People You Can Trust

The Wilson Group adheres to strict security requirements. We will provide highly trained employees for special projects, file room relocations, and short or long-term staffing arrangements.

Background checks, including criminal, credit, and driving records are performed on all employees. Additionally, all employees are bonded and sign confidentiality agreements. 

Secure Destruction

The Wilson Group offers a cost-efficient destruction bin
rotation service providing secure collection and destruction of confidential business information.

Our high-level security includes lockable receptacles, secure vehicles, professional employees, and a bonded staff. All items are
shredded, recycled, and a certificate of destruction is provided to the customer.

Regulatory Compilance

We will help you create a centralized document management program that ensures compliance with internal information governance policies, as well as regulations such as:

  • HIPAA (The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act)
  • FACTA (The Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act)
  • FERPA (The Family Educational Rights Privacy Act)
  • GDPR  (The General Data Protection Regulation)
  • SOX     (The Sarbanes-Oxley Act)
  • GLBA  (The Gramm–Leach–Bliley Act)