(De Pere, WI) – Jake Reis and Amy Krieger of Automated Records Management Systems, Inc. (ARMS) have earned Certified Secure Destruction Specialist (CSDS) accreditation from the National Association of Information Destruction (NAID). This certification establishes proficiency in the secure destruction of information for the information destruction industry.
“Everyone at ARMS is proud of the effort that Jake and Amy have put into reaching this high level of certification,” said Eric Haas, president of ARMS. “It’s important for our customers to be able to benefit from the expertise of employees like Jake and Amy. The CSDS accreditation signifies the highest level of knowledge, training and expertise in information destruction.”
Reis serves as an Information Management Consultant at ARMS, while Krieger is an Imaging Service Bureau Manager. Both are based at the ARMS facility in De Pere.
NAID is the trade association for the information destruction industry and sets industrywide standards in ethics and destruction policies and procedures for its members. Earning the CSDS designation requires hours of training, coupled with passing a 300 question certification exam.
ARMS (Automated Records Management Systems, Inc.), based in De Pere, Wisconsin, provides information management and protection services including: records information management consultations, off-site media and records storage, e-backup solutions, email archiving, network storage, data protection, media rotation services, media/data vaulting, document imaging, confidential records and media destruction, on-site shredding, scan on demand imaging and disaster recovery planning to businesses throughout Wisconsin and Upper Michigan. As a full-service information management firm, ARMS provides document management and destruction services for customers ranging from small businesses to Fortune 500 firms. Learn more at http://www.arms4rim.com.
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