National has cut the ribbon on their new 25,000 sqft records storage center in Southampton, Bermuda. The building is a steel framed designed to withstand winds up to 180 miles per hour. This is a necessity on an island at risk for a hurricane. The center will be occupied bu several different businesses including digital documents. National has announced that the entire building is spoken for at the time of opening.
The days of the paper less office are coming but there is still a place for document storage centers. They act as a bridge between today’s office that still keep a tremendous amount of information on paper. By using an outsourcing service, businesses on Bermuda can save their office space for more profitable functions. Documents just aren’t very good at generating revenue.