During National Preparedness Month, we have shared tips and resources about how to best prepare your business for a variety of everyday emergencies and major disasters. Sue Morton, owner of Data Dash in Farmington, offers business solutions to turn companies’ documents into digital files which are then able to be safely stored. Sue was excited to sponsor September’s programming and make possible preparedness resources for businesses in our area. She shared with me some specific services at Data Dash that help businesses work safer and smarter.
Data Dash has been providing high-quality data entry and document capture services for customers throughout the United States for more than 20 years.
“When it comes to data and document management, Data Dash offers business owners peace of mind,” said Morton.
Businesses, governments, schools and non-profits hire Data Dash to accurately capture and index their data and scan their documents.
“We guarantee 99.5% accuracy and can assist with one-time or ongoing projects. A few examples are market research surveys, rebates, donations, transportation documents, student admissions and medical records,” said Morton. “We can help your operation lower cost by streamlining your paper intensive processes.”
Scanning your documents allows you to back up them up like the rest of your data. Whether it’s for compliance, emergency preparedness, or for any other reason, Morton says Data Dash is your one stop shop for transforming your documents into a digital form.
I asked Sue what is one thing she would want everyone to know about Data Dash.
“Doing a project right the first time by using U.S.A. employees is more economical. In our 24 year history, we have never offshored any of our clients work. All work is performed by U.S.A. employees who have passed a background check in our security cleared facilities.”