Can you ensure electronic data integrity while complying with legislative and regulatory requirements?
Due to recent corporate scandals, records management policies and procedures have been brought to the forefront of the public eye. Organizations have an obligation to protect critical business information; at the same time, they need to enact records management practices to ensure document integrity. Failure to comply with document-centric regulations can result in costly and damaging penalties.
Records management software provides organizations with the ability to store business-critical information in a single repository for effective management and access to files. It assists your organization in addressing stringent legislative and regulatory requirements with extensive reporting tools, audit trails, security, and archive capabilities to protect document integrity.
Implementing records management technology within your organization allows users to easily access corporate data while protecting it against unauthorized access, manipulation, or destruction of files. Records document management software also provides the ability to oversee all records stored within a system and apply record-keeping procedures in accordance with corporate policies. By using these tools, organizations are able to ensure electronic data integrity while complying with legislative and regulatory requirements. Records process management ensures consistency, protects corporate images, and streamlines procedures.
Reva Solutions can help with:
Compliance Mitigation --Help achieve compliance with regulations and statues such as the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, FDA 21 CFR.11, SEC 17a, NASD 3010 and others, as well as with requirements imposed by corporate policy or industry standards.
Storage Cost Control -Optimize the use of physical space, email storage and servers.
Record Retrieval Efficiencies -Allow employees to use their time more optimally
Promote Business Continuity - Securely archive vital business records that are critical to operations
Increased Knowledge Resources- Leverage the intellectual value of hard-to-share, siloed information such as business records, email, and electronic records stored in separate repositories.