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ARCHIVE-CD, LLC, established in 1983 as Network Associates, had its beginnings as a consulting firm for healthcare solutions. The company provided consultation and presentations to colleges, universities, national professional organizations, and healthcare institutions.
Requests for computer assistance, coupled with an identified need for document and record management, storage and retrieval lead to the development of ARCHIVE-CD, LLC and Paperless Archiving Solutions.
Fortunately, changing laws and improved technology make it possible to, cost effectively, bring document management, record storage, and retrieval to a variety of businesses, city, county, and state governments, small and medium business, education and healthcare institutions.
ARCHIVE-CD, LLC established itself in Oregon in 2000 to provide Document Management, Document Imaging and Paperless Archiving Solutions to the Northwest Region.
ARCHIVE-CD, LLC is a Veteran owned business.
We offer cost-effective Paperless Archiving Solutions, Document Management and Document Imaging systems.
ARCHIVE-CD, LLC is able to provide a variety of digital archiving, digital imaging, and scanning service bureau solutions to meet your varied needs.
Bruce W. Garrett -- President and CEO
Mr. Garrett has over 40 years of management experience, including five years as a rural hospital Chief Executive Officer (CEO), ten years as a Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) and over 30 years of healthcare and computer related experience.
He has presented numerous programs in management, healthcare, computers and document imaging at state and national levels.
Mr. Garrett's degrees include: A.A. - Engineering, B.S. - Biology, B.S. - Psychology, A.S. - Nursing, and a M.B.A. - Organizational Behavior.
Mr. Garrett served in the U.S. Army Security Agency and spent 19 months in South Vietnam coordinating the II Corps cryptanalytic efforts.
Kathleen Garrett -- Vice President
Coordinates numerous educational programs, presentations, and seminars at state and national levels.
Ms. Garrett's degrees include: B.S. - Biology and Medical Technology and a M.S. - Secondary Education.
What can we do for you?
Conversion of OLD DOCUMENTS to digital images. Those documents that are stored in endless file cabinets and stacked in storage rooms. Documents that you are required by law to keep.
Convert INCOMING [Internal/External] paper documents to digital images. Immediately converting paper documents to digital images results in information that is easy to access and use.
Viruses, Malware, Fires, Floods, Hurricanes, Tornadoes, Theft, and Vandalism. -- Disasters Happen.
". . . up to 40% of small businesses do not reopen after a major disaster."
Microfilm, microfiche, 35mm slides and photographs can suffer from film degradation including fading, color changes, fungus, and mold.
Keep up with changes in technology -- convert analog media to digital images.
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