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Content Management ASP Solutions: The Benefits of FileBound ASP

While other Application Service Providers (ASP) have fallen out of favor with the general public, there is still one segment that remains relevant to this day: Content Management ASP providers.

Benefits of Content Management ASP Providers, like FileBound

  • Cost & Minimal Risk: ASP solutions only require a minimal upfront cost and a monthly usage fee. Because of this, there is very little risk.
  • Customer Service: Since ASP providers aggregate volumes across multiple customers, they create economies of scale in infrastructure and operational costs that are passed on to their customers.
  • Flexibility & Scalability: As your customers’ needs change it is very easy to immediately accommodate those changes.
  • Additional Benefits: Additional advantages include redundancy, disaster recovery and business continuity.
  • And more!

FileBound ASP

Filebound ASP ( allows you to enjoy all the advantages of a complete Filebound without the upfront capital investment. With the FileBound on-demand, software-as-service model, you get all of the benefits of a unified, scalable solution without the high costs, risks, and complexity normally associated with records management solutions.

“Imagine your critical corporate information, accessible from anywhere in the world and always up-to-date. Start using the power of the Internet to drive your document repository!”

If you would like to learn more about FileBound Content Management, please contact Micro Records Company, Inc. by calling 877-410-SCAN or visit!

Since 1964, Micro Records Company has been providing quality document conversion and full records management solutions to our diverse client base, which includes government, insurance, utilities, education, legal, hospitals and banks.

We use the latest technology to ensure our clients receive the highest quality records management solutions.

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