Each container entering our record management center is assigned a unique barcode sticker. This sticker keeps track of all information relative to the box it represents in storage. Each container is scanned to a location in our record managment center. All this information is communicated to our computers via handheld portable barcode scanners. Once this information is retrieved, our system tells us new containers have been added and we can assign the box all necessary information. The capability of our records management software gives National Archives, Inc. the power to locate boxes/files effeciently and without error. We can index each file in your box and query our database by that same indexed text to locate a file in storage. Perhaps you've been keeping track of your containers with a box number; not a problem! Our software allows the barcode stickers to link to alternate container numbers, so we can adapt to your system. The barcode will also contain information such as when the box was last accessed, what was pulled from it, who requested the box or files from the box, when they were returned, how many times the box was accessed, the date the box first came into our record management center, a destruction date for the container to be destroyed; the list goes on!

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