MEYER Records Management offers your company, healthcare facility, legal practice, or financial institution a professional solution to archive your sensitive client files, financial records, and other vital business documents.  Our team provides a complete suite of document life cycle services to a wide range of customers in the New Haven, Connecticut and surrounding areas.

Whether your needs include document retentionfile scanningdocument shredding, or secure off-site media and tape storage complete with disaster recovery services, you can count on MEYER Records Management to ensure your information is secure and in complete compliance with industry requirements.

What you can expect as a MEYER Records Management client

State-of-the-Art Records Storage Facilities

    • Offsite file storage cost reductions of 15% or more from current storage method
    • Three storage classification levels to provide a customized solution fitting your security, environmental, and budget requirements
    • Modern climate controlled facilities strategically located throughout the Northeast
    • Climate Controlled Firelock™ vaults at all locations for secure offsite media storage services

Document Archive and Inventory Management System

    • Records indexed and tracked real-time to the shelf, carton, file, or document level
    • Customer web portal access to records inventory 24/7
    • Easy online file retrieval request

Full-Service File Pickup and Delivery

    • Quick-Turn records retrieval
    • Multiple file return time-frame choices based on need and budget, including our new Scan-on-Demand service
    • Pick-up and delivery by uniformed drivers using clean, secure William B. Meyer, Inc. vans

Document Scanning

    • Secure conversion services from hard copy files into digital OCR (optical character recognition) format for text search functionality

Document Shredding and Secure File Destruction

    • Secure mobile document destruction services
    • Secure removal and shredding service options
    • Full compliance with HIPAA, the GLBA, FACTA, and other relevant regulations