Archiving electronic and paper documents

We can help you establish effective control over the management and long-term storage of documents in various forms

By establishing a regulated physical and/or electronic archive, we provide you with effective control over the management and storage of electronic and paper documents and other archival media, which are always accessible to you. The physical archive of paper documents can also be established at your location, while electronic documents are stored in the secure, certified InDoc EDGE digital archive.

If you don’t have a suitable space or professional staff to manage an archive, or if you’re bothered by disorganized documentation, inadequate records of documentary material and storage periods, and long and tedious document searches, or if you simply want to focus on your work, we invite you to leave your document archiving to us, a certified storage provider with more than 40 years of experience.

We have implemented business applications integrated with electronic archives, providing employees with quick access to necessary information. This solution is ideal for providing customer service at the bank. Today, the bank maintains more than 90 percent of all materials in a digitized form, while the procedures for the preparation, capture, and storage of such materials must comply with the relevant legislation.

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Archiving documents

Archiving electronic documents

We provide secure and legally compliant digital archive, with access from anywhere, at any time.

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Archiving documents

Archiving e-invoices

We assist invoice issuers and recipients who use e-banking to automatically archive e-invoices in the certified digital archive.

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Archiving documents

Archiving paper documents

We can help you establish control over the storage of documents and other materials at your location or at Mikrocop archive centers.

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Organization of archive

We lay the groundwork for arranging archiving processes, conducting an inventory of materials, and physically organizing the archive.

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