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TAB can help you organize, access and manage your critical paper and electronic records. TAB offers physical filing equipment and supplies, paper to electronic conversion services, records management software, consulting services and specialized storage solutions.

We also offer onsite and offsite document scanning services. Learn more about our document imaging facilities in Austin, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, Milwaukee and Minneapolis.

Interested in joining our team? Take a look at our current career opportunities.

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    Reader Favorites: Our most popular records management resources

    Thursday, March 23, 2017
    The latest roundup of popular resources covers a variety of records management issues. Our first download is a guide to measuring the return on investment for your records management programs. For organizations concerned about meeting environmental targets, our white paper on green RIM offers several helpful strategies. Finally, we offer a guide to managing records and information during mergers and acquisitions. Read More...
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    How to Plan a Successful Document Imaging Project – Part 4

    Thursday, March 16, 2017
    Over the past three weeks we have showed you how to create a plan for your document imaging project. In a step-by-step approach, we have showed you how to complete each section that should appear in your plan. In our final post in this series, we share tips for completing the sections on change management, project reviews and budget. Read More...
    document imaging project plan part 3We are now at week three of a four-part blog series on how to create a plan for your document imaging project. In parts one and

    How to Plan a Successful Document Imaging Project – Part 3

    Thursday, March 09, 2017
    We are now at week three of a four-part blog series on how to create a plan for your document imaging project. In this week’s post, we take a look at planning the scanning process and the post-scanning process. This section is where you get into the nuts and bolts of how the actual scanning process will unfold. There are several key stages to address: Read More...
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  • What our clients are saying?
    "We told the TAB Consultants our problem and they came up with a solution to deal with it and brought in their people and equipment to do the job. I didn't have to get involved at all, which I'm thankful for since I'm the CFO and not a records manager."- Tony Aukett, CFO, Continental Paper Grading
    "The TAB team worked extremely well with our people to get the project done right. Quality control was critical and they achieved this beyond our expectations. With a single point of contact, the communication between the two teams was excellent and it was critical to the success of this project."- North American Regional Health Care Provider
    "With TAB's help, we could better demonstrate compliance, more effectively manage risk, reduce response time to investors, and make faster and better informed decisions regarding new business opportunities."- Bank United
    "Our staff is excited about being able to have their files properly stored and be able to access them quickly. They can actually concentrate on their jobs instead of wondering how or where to find their files."- Helen Davis, Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority (HART), Tampa
    "TAB's approach to moving, repurposing and reusing our largest records management system fit seamlessly into our goal to create the world's most sustainable campus."- Sara Scheive, Design Manager, Global Workspace Solutions, Johnson Controls
    "From the very beginning, when we reached out to the records management community, we discovered that TAB spoke our language and they understood us. TAB made it easy for us to create the records department that we needed and wanted."- Shannon Henzel, LRSD Records Management Officer
    Why TAB?
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    Accessibility leads to more efficient processes

    Lost files, document duplication, and internal information that is difficult to find can all slow customer response times and increase your operating expenses.

    TAB’s solutions will ensure that the right information is where it is supposed to be – reducing filing errors, improving search times and preventing documents from being misplaced. We help your employees find the information they need, when they need it.

    Cost
    Organized information means lower costs

    An organized records management system ensures that only relevant files are maintained, reduces duplication of work, and allows for the smooth transfer of information within your organization.

    Together we can refine your records management system to make it less complicated and more efficient. We will help you reduce your storage costs, space requirements and information retrieval time, while lowering your overall labor costs.

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    Managed records lowers exposure to risk

    TAB works closely with you to understand your particular records management challenges. We then map out a plan and implement a customized solution.

    In doing so, TAB helps you manage risk and minimize exposure to litigation by developing retention guidelines for the timely and appropriate disposition of documents. TAB provides you with a complete records management system and ensures that you are aware of the vital records you need to protect.