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Local companies partner for covid-19 service

Local companies partner for covid-19 service

Monday 17 August 2020

Local companies partner for covid-19 service


TSG and G4S have formed a strategic partnership to deliver a range of technology-led services to their clients to address ongoing governance requirements.

The businesses said their partnership followed requests for remote access to documents from their clients in the wake of the pandemic.

Working together, G4S will combine its Archive and Data Storage Solutions with TSG's Document and Data Management expertise. 

‘Scan on Request’ and ‘Offsite back-scanning' services have been set up in a purpose-built ‘covid-ready’ scanning bureau to minimise the risk of covid cross-contamination.

To meet the need for remote document access, documents are available via several formats:

  • a secure online portal providing credential-based access
  • electronic copies of the documents transferred via secured encrypted media 
  • a secure API interface enabling the digital transfer of data to any in-house document management solution.

Andy Delaney Chief Executive of TSG said: "This partnership is an exciting opportunity and deepening of a relationship between our two businesses that has spanned many years. We both have clear strategic goals to grow and this will be made possible by developing joined-up services that enable our clients to benefit from best of breed and compliant solutions."

Simon Haywood of G4S added: "We have enjoyed working with TSG for more than nine years. Our combined, complementary specialities will provide our valued clients with enhanced options for secure electronic information storage and retrieval and we are looking forward to delivering these solutions together."

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