OmniRIM Solutions Inc., a global provider of records & information management software, announced today that the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services (ODJFS) upgraded its physical records management system. Having originally implemented the OmniRIM software in 2007, ODJFS implemented the upgrade to increase operational efficiency through business process automation and the timely disposal of expired records. Additionally, the implementation involved the decommissioning of a legacy records management system that was no longer required.
The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services offers a wide range of services to help families with temporary challenges. Services include unemployment compensation, health care, cash assistance, food assistance, child care, child support enforcement and administration, and employment and training assistance.
"The project team was comprised of OmniRIM professional services people in addition to ODJFS's technical and Employee Business Services personnel," stated Ian Gordon, OmniRIM president and chief executive officer. Gordon said, "Our teams came together to deliver a successful project on-time and on-budget. The new OmniRIM system will simplify the records disposition and destruction process and reduce the costs associated with storage of expired records. And the client was happy enough to publish the success story in their internal newsletter."
OmniRIM Solutions Inc. is a leader in records and information management software, with products designed to reduce risk related to compliance and legal discovery. OmniRIM enables clients to manage vital records throughout their lifecycle, with consistent retention schedules, classifications and metadata for both physical and electronic records. OmniRIM improves the accessibility of information, while it provides the appropriate controls to protect important records. OmniRIM has a prestigious client list of Fortune 1000 companies. Visit us at www.OmniRIM.com (http://www.OmniRIM.com) .