Pleasanton, CA, January 28, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Access Information Management, provider of records management, storage and destruction services for hardcopy and electronic records announces the acquisition of CDI Vaults. This represents Access’ 22nd acquisition and entrance into the Oregon market.
For over 20 years, CDI Vaults, based in Eugene, Oregon has successfully provided records management, vital records storage and document destruction services. With the acquisition of CDI, Access will continue to store and manage hard copy business records and electronic media and offer secure destruction services from the Eugene facilities. Access will continue to service the Willamette Valley, the state’s capitol city of Salem and provide daily service to clients in Portland. Clients will further benefit by the opening of new facility in Portland and additional services such as imaging and web-based document management.
“This acquisition signifies the entrance into a new market for Access. To maximize our ability to service the Portland metropolitan area and the surrounding communities, we are scheduled to open a new facility in Portland, a market we have wanted to enter for some time,” stated Rob Alston, President, Operations and Business Development, Access Information Management. “CDI Vaults has done an outstanding job of providing clients with diversified records and information management (RIM) services. Access will build on this platform, offering a full suite of RIM services, including records management, secure document destruction, vital records protection and our Digital Access Solutions.”
New and existing clients in the Portland area can now leverage the network of Access locations throughout California, including the San Francisco Bay Area, Sacramento, Chico, Los Angeles and Ventura, Santa Barbara and Orange Counties as well as locations in Tallahassee, Florida; Atlanta, Georgia; Honolulu, Hawaii and Madison, Wisconsin to serve the RIM needs of their additional office locations.
Within thirty days, CDI Vaults will begin to operate under the Access Information Management name.