Ignition Supports the Cayman Islands Government Relocation
Ignition is supporting the relocation of Cayman Islands Government by providing records management services to scan, index and store over 30,000 documents for the Department of Planning.
Grand Cayman (PRWEB) May 23, 2011
Ignition Ltd., an expert in document and records management services, is supporting the Department of Planning in their recent move to the new Government Administration Building by scanning, indexing and storing over 30,000 documents.
The relocation of the Department of Planning, part of Cayman Islands Government, is part of a wider phased approach by the government to move many departments to the same location. To support this initiative, Ignition’s expert team is providing services on-site and off-site to ensure all Department of Planning documentation is managed appropriately. Ignition is using state-of-the-art scanning equipment and indexing expertise to oversee the project.
Sonya Sherman, Senior Business Analyst of Ignition Cayman and professional archivist says “We’re delighted to support the Department of Planning in their move. Not only will this reduce the need for physical storage space at the new location, but the Department will be able to offer faster access to its records and improved customer service. The digital images provide added value for backup and disaster recovery.”
The Department of Planning project is being approached in phases, with phase one expected to conclude by September this year.
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The Ignition Group of Technology Companies
Ignition is an off-shore IT services organization with clients in Europe, throughout the Caribbean and North America. Founded in 1998 in Bermuda, Ignition has grown significantly and is one of the leading IT service providers with offices in Bermuda, Halifax, Atlanta and Cayman Islands with representative offices in Curacao, Bahamas, Jamaica and Trinidad. Visit http://www.ignitionmsp.com for more information.
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