The modern government agency needs a cost-effective records and data management solution that maintains compliance while also promoting productivity and transparency.
We know the massive challenges public sector agencies face in managing decades worth of legacy data.
RecordPoint helps you understand what data you have and where - and delivers a continuous process for data categorization so you can make better decisions on data migration, minimization, and privacy.
No matter where you are in your digitization journey or move to the cloud, it can be challenging to keep on top of both traditional on-premises EDRM systems or full adoption M365 systems.
RecordPoint can help your public sector organization deliver a flexible solution without exhaustive resources on hand to maintain long-term tech debt.
Our unique manage-in-place architecture reduces the recordkeeping burden on end users. Combined with our AI and ML capabilities for automated classification and Personally Identifiable Information (PII) signaling, RecordPoint helps drive operational efficiencies across your government agency
Our expert teams in the United States, the United Kingdom and Australia are well versed in the legislative obligations, policy requirements, or best practice to help you manage the regulatory obligations of your agency.
Europe & United Kingdom
Learn more about the Victoria department of Education and Training’s journey migrating from a legacy records management system to RecordPoint in order to lift compliance within the organization.
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