RM6175 Framework- Records Information Management Success for Cleardata

Cleardata, a UK Document Management Company, is delighted to announce that the company has been successful in gaining a place on RM6175 – Lot 2 and Lot 5 of the Crown Commercial Services Records Information Management, Digital Solutions and Associated Services Framework.  Cleardata's Digital Mail Room Services are available via RM1063 Postal Goods and Services Framework

The RM6175 CCS framework is a four year contract providing an easy procurement route for Public Sector Organisatons.   The framework aims to help buyers to reduce physical storage of documents and records, transform the way organisations work using digital records management and solutions, achieve estate rationalisation (Government Hubs programmes), access technical resources, transfer records under the Public Records Act and use an NHS clinic preparation service for NHS records.

Cleardata is featured on the following lots:-

RM6175 Lot 2  – Digital Workflow and Cloud Based Hosting Services

  • Digital Workflow Solutions
  • Cloud-Based Hosting Services
  • Scanning Services
  • Interim Technical Resources

RM6175 Lot 5 – Combined Digital Workflow, Cloud Based Hosting and Records Information Management

  • Archive Storage and Records Management
  • Document Scanning Services
  • Document Shredding – Offsite/Onsite
  • Electronic Document Management
  • Digital Workflow and Consultancy

David Bryce Managing Director commented “This is a great achievement for Cleardata and we look forward to working with Public Sector Organisations via the new RM6175 framework. Our business focuses on helping organisations transform their processes using a range of digital solutions and services.

The company has invested in the latest Robotic Process Automation software to automate manual processes and is growing rapidly with investment in additional facilities, data and cyber security features, as well as scanning technology.  We recently became the first bureau in the UK to invest in a number of IBML Fusion scanners, which has massively increased our scanning throughput.”