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Document Management

Find your documents faster. Route and organize electronic files quickly. Create a simple workflow for your back office. Meridian's Document Management software can do all of this and more.

We all face the challenge of accessing and managing business information from disjointed sources. Your company may keep some documents in traditional filing systems while other items are electronically stored. We typically find ourselves guilty in the routine, time-consuming, manual searches to find and retrieve documents. There is a growing need for a management solution in every market. We'll implement a tailored solution to capture, index, store and retrieve all critical decision-making information from anywhere - instantly and securely.


Our document management solutions are scalable. It’s okay to start small. We’re confident that once you test the waters and experience the efficiencies firsthand, you’ll lose any hesitation on the subject.

Space Saving

Ultimately this will save your company time, but consider too, that these solutions can save precious square footage now occupied by file cabinets, boxes, and other costs associated with storage.


Your organization may be at risk of fines, perhaps even criminal liability if Federal and State regulations are not complied with by all members of your organization. Our solutions have been successfully adopted in a wide range of regulatory environments, from Sarbanes Oxley to FDA, from HIPAA to state records management acts. There are three major areas of risk:

  • Business process management
  • Secure document management
  • Document life cycle versioning and auditing

Providing access to information promotes more efficient use of resources. Our recommendations will provide efficiency gains by allowing you to capture, store and retrieve paper-based and electronic documents in one system.


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Managed Print Services: Future outlook and trends

The managed print services market is going major changes.

Companies today are dealing with more information than ever before, so taking the opportunity to outsource and streamline processes wherever possible is beneficial. One of those key business areas organizations are increasingly looking to third parties for assistance with is managed printed services.

According to Transparency Market Research, by the end of this year, the valuation of the global managed print services market is forecast to reach $31.5 billion - and as much as $95 billion by 2024.


4 tips for making your office more energy efficient

Even simple changes can have a significant impact.

Today's business world is becoming increasingly aware of our impact on the environment. 

If you're interested in reducing your carbon footprint and making the planet a healthier, safer place, the good news is that there are plenty of ways to do that. By pursuing green business practices and making your office more sustainable and energy efficient, not only will you be improving the atmosphere, but you'll also be boosting the appeal of your brand.

Below are four easy ways you can enhance your office's efficiency:


Five Best Practices to Avoid Common HIPAA Violations

Fines up to $1.5 million, loss of clients, and negative publicity are just some of the serious consequences of violating the 1996 Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).

The penalties for non-compliance are based on the level of negligence, and in some cases carry criminal charges that can result in jail sentences. HIPAA compliance is serious business, and when penalties are levied one of the main things taken into consideration is what, if any preventive steps were taken.

With that in mind, here are some basic best practices to implement regarding HIPAA compliance, including:

  1. Comprehension of the guidelines
  2. Training
  3. Guard against 3rd party disclosure
  4. Proper disposal methods
  5. Mobile device management

Read on to learn about each of these five best practices, and how you can implement them.