Infolinx ushers in new era for enterprise records management with IBM FileNet/WEB integration

In today's business environment it is imperative that comprehensive records management solutions be in place for both physical and electronic records to ensure end-to-end organizational compliance with strict government and regulatory requirements such as DoD 5015, 21 CFR Part 11; Sarbanes-Oxley, Section 508(e); and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).
By Manufacturing Business Technology Staff September 4, 2007

In today’s business environment it is imperative that comprehensive records management solutions be in place for both physical and electronic records to ensure end-to-end organizational compliance with strict government and regulatory requirements such as DoD 5015, 21 CFR Part 11; Sarbanes-Oxley, Section 508(e); and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).
Infolinx WEB Physical Records Management Software integrated with IBM FileNet Records Manager helps users more effectively classify and manage corporate records. The solution also decreases physical storage costs and enhances workflow. The combined solution also achieves record security and enables the application of consistent classification, retention and disposition guidelines across an organization, which reduces legal exposure and increases organizational success.
The solution leverages both physical and electronic records in one unified system that enables centralized management of an organization’s records retention and disposition activities, and facilitates comprehensive administration and review of enterprise records management decision-making processes.
“For businesses of all sizes, successful records management requires systematically applying a consistent process to both physical and electronic record assets across the enterprise,” says Martyn Christian, VP of IBM Enterprise Content Management.