Millions of government documents to be digitized

| 04/11/2010

(CNS): A contract to digitize and index more than one million documents for the Lands & Survey Department of the Cayman Islands Government has been awarded to Ignition (Cayman) Ltd the firm announced on Wednesday. The eight month project includes processing documents in varied sizes from letterhead up to full¬-scale technical drawings. Once digitized and indexed, the documents will be uploaded to the Government’s Oracle-based ECM (Enterprise Content Management System) for secure authorized accessibility. AS a result the firm has boosted its staff with an all-Caymanian team to augment to execute the extensive project.

“We are pleased not only to have won this contract, but also that it provides us the opportunity to build our ever-expanding team of professionals,” said Graham Pearson, CEO of Ignition. “This project has brought the hiring of an additional six employees, which we have been able to do looking no further than our local Caymanian talent. In addition to providing employment opportunities, this contract further enables Ignition to train these employees, introducing them to the ever-expanding business of document management.”

Ignition said that it had extensive experience in records management having completed major projects both locally, in Bermuda and in their other international locations With more than 90 employees located globally, they are able to support all corporate and civil entities with their document and records management. In addition to providing both human resources and specialized equipment to carry out these projects, Ignition also has a team of highly-skilled consultants offering expertise in all facets of records management and archiving, the firm stated in a release.


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