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Data-Driven Asset Management Maximizes Competitive Position

The Port of Tacoma teamed with the Port of Seattle to form the Northwest Seaport Alliance.  Combined, these ports are the third-largest trade gateway in North America, only behind the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach and the Port of New York/New Jersey.

Office Move Drives Physical Records Cleanup

Everyone Has to Move

Working in the same building for so many years, employees of the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) had amassed volumes of paper.  With an impending move into a smaller building, employees had to take a long hard look at what they could actually take with them.

$2,000,000 Savings Realized due to Access Sciences’ Diligence

The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development had a problem...Hurricane Katrina clean up-related expense records could not be located.  Without these records, the agency was faced with reimbursing FEMA $2,000,000 unnecessarily. 

Problems Managing Technical Records? Start Here.

How bad is it?

In addition to satisfying legal and regulatory requirements, accurate technical records can save a company hundreds of thousands of dollars in material and equipment costs, eliminate hundreds of hours of rework, and in some cases, have significant safety implications. 

Out of the Box Thinking for . . . Boxes

 Storing physical records can be a straightforward affair. You identify what you can dispose, what you need to keep onsite, and what can be sent offsite.  But what if you can’t send your records offsite? Sure, you can find creative uses for all those boxes, e.g., ergonomic foot rests.  But how long before you run out of space for your employees as the boxes pile up?

USCG Housing Asset Line Stand Up

Data-driven Asset Management Supports Coast Guard Personnel Housing Needs

As part of its comprehensive initiative to modernize and restructure management of its $30B portfolio of shore-based assets, the United States

RM and IT Improvements and Ongoing Operations

The challenge: Limited compliance with regulations, ineffective system design, and low levels of customer satisfaction.
In this multi-year consulting and outsourcing agreement with a government agency, Access Sciences assessed, audited, improved, and operated records management processes and document management technology to improve compliance and enhance customer satisfaction ratings. Access Sciences stabilized and measurably improved operations by: