Have Filing Systems Changed?

Recently, many file folder label providers and filing systems vendors have stranded their customers by discontinuing the software and supplies they rely on to support their filing system. Why have they done this? That’s a good question, but we answered it years ago with our cloud-based filing system solution.

Top 10 Industries Requiring Filing Systems

The paperless office is not realistic for many organizations. Many industries still generate and physically file a lot of paper. These industries are:

  1. Government
  2. Healthcare
  3. Law Enforcement
  4. Finance
  5. Education
  6. Legal
  7. Energy
  8. Technology
  9. Pharmaceuticals
  10. Veterinarians

There are thousands of filing system users in these industries, but Smead Colorbar, GBS NetLabels, and Labels Anywhere did not keep their offerings relevant or secure. Perhaps they see the filing market as a “thing of the past,” not worth the time to update their solutions. Maybe they have transitioned to greener pastures elsewhere, but as much as everyone envisions a “paperless office,” the dream is unrealistic in these industries.

File Label Express

This is where File Label Express comes in. Office supply stores still sell paper. Organizations still purchase it, and it often has to be filed. That’s why we built File Label Express almost a decade ago and still maintain it today. We realized our users relied on us, so we’ve been the consistently reliable solution and will remain. We love filing systems; we love records management. For us, it’s a passion. And we realize that filing systems are still part of the records management plan, even alongside an electronic process.

File Label Express is your alternative to being left behind by Colorbar, Netlabels, and any other provider who decided that your business wasn’t necessary. We know how important your business is to you, and so it is essential to us. We provide filing, records management, and physical and electronic software solutions. Contact us today.

The short is, no, filing systems have not changed that much, but your provider may have.

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