Submitted by Pam Oddi on April 04, 2016 - 03:31pm
March 31, 2016 - Livermore, CA -Rob Alston, CEO of Access, recently announced two Florida acquisitions, one broadening the company’s existing Orlando market presence and the other adding Sarasota to the list of markets served. These transactions bring the total number of Access acquisitions to 99 since its founding in 2004.
By acquiring Yarnall Records Management, a division of Yarnall Moving and Storage, Access now operates a full-service record center in Sarasota with the capabilities to provide clients its comprehensive suite of solutions for physical and digital information assets that ensure compliance and mitigation of risk.
Gina Vandroff, Yarnall’s owner, explained her company’s choice to join forces with Access, “Over the years we have been approached by other companies to purchase our record storage division. We felt that Access was the only one that would continue our promise to our customers to perform with the highest degree of customer service and would highly regard our employees and their work at every level. We are confident that Access will continue the excellent service provided by Yarnall in the past.”
As the largest privately held records and information management provider in the United States, Access now serves 46 major markets across the nation, as well as Latin America and the Caribbean.
Access is the largest privately held records and information management (RIM) services provider in the United States. A trusted partner to clients spanning multiple industries and markets throughout the country, Access’ complete suite of services includes records storage and document management in both hardcopy and digital formats, data protection (electronic computer media), secure destruction, digital document conversion and breach reporting services. The valuable business services Access provides allow clients to focus on their core businesses while reducing the costs and risks associated with document retention, management, convenient access, and final disposition. Access is backed by growth equity investor Berkshire Partners.