As the move-in date approached for a new expansive corporate headquarters, it became apparent to this client that their new location did not have sufficient storage space for all of the existing physical records accumulated over decades of operation.
Recognizing the vast scope and urgency of this effort, our client turned to us, their long term provider and trusted advisor. Access Sciences was engaged to assess, classify, index, cull, pack, relocate, and shelve the records into a new centralized records center.
Additional challenges included:
Lack of storage space required the indexing and relocation of records into a new facility
Using the Agile project management method, the team assessed, classified, indexed, culled, packed, relocated, and shelved 10 linear miles of physical records into a new centralized records center
Rapid and accurate relocation of the client’s physical records enabled uninterrupted operations, consolidation of their information assets, and classification into a wellstructured repository for quick and accurate access and management
Using Access Sciences’ Agile Project Management methodology, our team was able to proactively adjust our procedures and processes to meet the ever-changing needs of this client/project. After meeting with client sponsors to confirm scope and logistical requirements, we:
Rapid and accurate relocation of the client’s physical records enabled uninterrupted operations, consolidation of their information assets, and classification into a wellstructured repository for quick and accurate access and management. During the course of the project, we:
After the completion of the project, the client possessed an accurate inventory and location of all of their relocated active records. Access Sciences established a relationship with the client as a trusted advisor by exceeding client expectations for quality, completing project objectives under budget, and within the established timeframe.