ASG-Records Manager

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Electronic Records Management for Distributed and Mainframe Systems

ASG-Records Manager™ facilitates information governance with comprehensive life cycle management for all records, including high-volume, transactional electronic records, in their original format, including holds, automatic folder structures, and advanced retention

It enables the automatic capture, classification, and disposition of high-volume, transaction-oriented electronic information. It manages electronic records in place—no migration of records required. Information technology administrators and records managers pre-define or system-generate contextual-based file classification schemas for the automatic capture and retention of electronic records. ASG-Records Manager supports time- and event based file retention and holds on single and multiple documents —with parametric events that automatically execute from line-of-business applications through standard Web Services. ASG-Records Manager also provides an intuitive, Web-based user interface – ASG-RMHub™ – designed specifically for records managers.


ASG-Records Manager is the only electronic records management solution for distributed and mainframe systems that:
  • Automatically capture invoices, utility bills, ATM transactions, etc.

  • Systematically process large volumes of scanned, paper-based information.

  • Consistently classify, declare, and retain electronic information as records in pre-defined or dynamically created folders.

  • Suspend normal record disposition with holds on single and multiple documents.

  • Place multiple holds on individual documents with identifying descriptions.

  • Automatically resume normal retention based on the assigned record retention policy after all holds are removed from a record.

  • Search, view, and navigate folder hierarchy to locate records.


ASG-Records Manager permits organizations to:
  • Facilitate automatic acquisition, classification, retention and disposition of high-volume, transaction-oriented electronic information.

  • Manage native electronic records in place with no migration of records required.

  • Enable definition of hierarchical taxonomies using pre-defined and automatic contextual-based folder classification.

  • Support time- and business event-based retention and holds on single and multiple record documents.

  • Provide an intuitive, Web-based user interface and strong records management administration functions.

  • Enable information governance for mainframe and distributed systems.