GRM Continues Expansion with Office 360 Acquisition

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This marks GRM's fourth facility to open recently, joining other new locations in Boston, Maryland and Houston.

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“We are extremely pleased to have the document management side of Office 360 coming on board,“ said GRM Executive Vice President, Jerry Glatt.

GRM, a full cycle records and information management leader, has just acquired the Indianapolis document management business of Office 360. The document management assets will now be fully integrated into the GRM company and brand.

“We are extremely pleased to have the document management side of Office 360 coming on board,“ said GRM Executive Vice President, Jerry Glatt. “I want to thank the folks at Office 360 for doing a great job building this business and enabling GRM to continue its expansion. As a customer-focused company, we plan to invest in this opportunity, grow it to the next level and provide even more value for the Indianapolis area client base.”

With this acquisition, GRM takes over the management of a significant inventory of offsite physical information and continues to expand throughout the United States. Indianapolis, the 12th largest city in the U.S., and one of the fastest growing metropolitan areas, marks the 13th major market for GRM. It is also the company’s fourth facility to open recently, joining other new locations in Boston, Maryland and Houston.

About GRM

GRM Document Management is a leading, privately held provider of lifecycle records and information management solutions with over 25 years of experience and more than 6,000 clients. The company continues to demonstrate technological leadership by bringing proprietary innovation and new levels of cost efficiency to document storage, data protection, digital/electronic document management and certified destruction. Fully integrated products and services include: eAccess remote inventory control, the Cloud-based Online Record Center, business process workflow automation, a blended paper to digital solution, GRMpedia, a retention regulatory research tool and the Solutions Group, which provides customized, enterprise-wide Retention, Compliance and Governance expertise. GRM’s full service capabilities are available in major markets throughout the U.S., including New York/New Jersey, Atlanta, Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, Philadelphia, San Francisco, and Washington, D.C. GRM is also currently the largest document storage/records management company in China with a presence in 6 cities. For more information, visit the GRM web site at http://www.grmdocumentmanagement.com

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