When deciding where to safely store, scan or shred your records, you can trust us to provide a solution that works for your particular business and industry.
Some of Our Qualities as a Trusted Vendor
Local, Personal Service
At VeriTrust, our customers can call anytime, get direct answers, and subject matter expertise from top executives. Our local presence, allows us to better anticipate the needs of the companies and geography we serve.
Our executive team, cultivates a relationship with clients – small and large – to ensure we are helping you succeed.
100% Confidential, Secure and Compliant
VeriTrust is HIPAA and HITECH compliant and NAID AAA certified. Our drivers and technicians receive certified background checks. Your records are stored and transported in locked security bins on GPS tracked vehicles. You can be at peace, knowing your documents and media are in the right hands and under 24/7 digital surveillance.
Customized, Consultative Solutions
While on the surface companies experience similar records and data protection needs and services, no two companies are alike. VeriTrust reviews your current policies and procedures, retention schedule and inventory. We will find ways to boost your productivity, increase your security and ensure compliance with industry regulations.
Decide Switching to Better Service
If you are currently with a vendor who is not measuring up, and you switch to VeriTrust, we provide options that allow you to transition out of your existing contract easily. Once you transition, we will streamline your records management processes and create a cost-effective program.
Infrastructure & Technology
VeriTrust has implemented first-rate infrastructure and technology, to allow clients to have a transparent real-time view of records and data inventories, movements and locations.
When you need your information assets, our structure and local presence, allows us to respond with immediacy to fulfill your request and keep your business moving forward.
Expert Labor Resources
Our team is able to incorporate Business Support Services for document purges, file room relocations, classification and indexing, audits/inventories, block and slides management, and other projects that require efficient and properly trained resources.
All access personel undergoes a thorough background check.
Drug Testing Program
Strict employee drug testing
All employees sign an agreement
Expert and Strategic Solutions
VeriTrust recognizes that strong partnerships provide strong solutions and ensures customer satisfaction. Together with our partners, VeriTrust is committed to providing customers with the best solutions and services.
Ethics and Service Standards
VeriTrust’s belief is to be highly principled, lawful and socially responsible in its policies and business practices. VeriTrust principals and officers lead by example and expect employees and partners to act responsibly with utmost care and to learn and comply with all company and client policies and laws applicable to their job responsibilities.
VeriTrust performs full lifecycle information asset management providing redundant security and disaster protection, utilizing state of the art security and records tracking systems and maintaining a holistic view of our client’s information assets.
VeriTrust believes that businesses are unique like people and no two are the same. We offer flexible and customizable services based on your business and your individual needs.
For more than 20 years, we have been Houston’s trusted partner to manage and protect information assets for many businesses, including Fortune 100 companies.
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