- 24/7/365 video surveillance and fire protection
- HIPAA trained and background screened staff
- Privacy Plus Certified
- Free onsite review room
- AAA NAID certified destruction and available media destruction
- Recycling 100% of all destroyed documents
- Certificate of destruction upon completion
- HIPAA compliant
- Controlled and monitored temperature and humidity
- FM 200 fire suppression
- 3 layer security with hand vein recognition lock
- Ideal for electronic media and permanent documents
- Document imaging + conversion
- Provide backend content management
- Both localized and cloud-based storage systems
- Improved efficiency through workflow automation
Why Storr Records
Level of Performance and Security
Storr is the low cost records management vendor in the market, beating our competitors by an average of 20% in overall cost. Most of our competitors will assess permanent removal fees if customers remove or transfer their records, which can range from $4-$15 per box or cubic foot. Rather than charging hostage fees, we prefer to retain customers through a high level of service. In addition to our low rates, Storr does not charge fuel surcharges, barcode fees, email fees, or minimum service fees.
Our goal is simple: help our customers realize significant improvements to the management of their files and data through unparalleled service and maximum. Because this remains our focus, Storr regularly receives extremely positive feedback around our service and continually receives strong scores on customer surveys with an average of 96% customer satisfaction.
We realize how important open communication is to maintaining your satisfaction. With that in mind, customers have direct access to our records supervisor at all times (24/7/365) and will never have to contact a call center. And through our client portal, clients have direct access to their inventory through
% AVERAGE COST SAVINGS AGAINST COMPETITORS
% OF CLIENTS THAT ARE EXTREMELY SATISFIED
Storr Records Specialists
- married for over 20 years
- coaches little league football
- enjoys spending time with his family
- Storr team member since 2010
- jumped off a 70 foot cliff 4 times
- was in the USMC for 8.5 years
- has certification in 3D Animation
- loves the beach
- from Richmond, VA
- enjoys going to concerts with friends
- plays bass guitar
- huge fan of the New York Yankees
What Our Clients Are Saying
Storr recently received PRISM Privacy Plus certification based on a third-party audit of physical, administrative, and technology safeguards in the records management industry, as set by PRISM International. Only 21 companies in the world have achieved this certification, with Storr being the only company in the Triangle.
In my line of work, I often come across organizations of all shapes and sizes that are managing (or–more accurately, storing and forgetting about) their vital records and information within their offices, in rented self-storage units, at leased warehouses off-site, in the basement of their building or parking garage, at home in their attic . . . The contents of these files vary widely from general finance and HR records, to patient medical records, legal case files, laboratory specimens, and more.
Many legal firms are overwhelmed by the sheer volume of documentation they handle. They are well aware that the security of their documents confidentiality is of the utmost importance in the context of a law practice, but there’s also the ever-increasing pressure to store records more and more economically. Storing documents on-site just isn’t cost-effective and that stack of boxes in your office isn’t going to take care of itself; your own space can be put to better use.
It’s been more than ten years since Congress passed the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). Healthcare organizations have worked ever since to consistently maintain the privacy and security of patient health information. HIPAA requirements are vast and deep, requiring considerable effort for organizations to keep up with. Many–especially physician practices and smaller hospitals–do not have the bandwidth to keep on top of all the different HIPAA nuances.
Storr Records Management Division Installs USA’s First Biometrically-Secured Data Vault SRM first to put hand vascular recognition technology to the test
Storr Records recently read an article on information management in today’s legal firm you might find intriguing too from the ALA Currents newsletter:
Credit unions everywhere face fundamental challenges with document-based information. Left unresolved, these significantly impact both compliance and competitiveness.
Regardless of their industry, employees who deal with document-based information understand how tough it is to access the right document at the right time, and ensure that documents used within a business process are complete and available in a timely manner.
Professional records centers provide a smart way for private businesses and federal agencies to cost-effectively manage a record archival and destruction program. With the New Year, records from previous years should be removed from working spaces to free up that real estate for more productive purposes. Once boxes have been moved, what happens if and when they’re needed?