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Virginia Beach, VA, September 1, 2018 – DOMA Technologies was recently contracted by Stafford County Public Schools to implement a phased workflow conversion strategy for data and records management. The initial phase of the long-term partnership will begin with the digitization of Human Resources files and eventually move across the enterprise to other departments such as Student Records, Finance and Facilities/Maintenance.
DOMA is a leading provider of Enterprise Information and Data Management Solutions for organizations nationwide. One of DOMA’s key services is to provide Document Conversion Services to companies with large amounts of hard copy paper files. The partnership between DOMA and Stafford County Public Schools will be focused on implementing a strategy to leverage DOMA’s Scanning Services, along with its Cloud Technology Software. This automated workflow strategy will allow Stafford County the opportunity to have secure, immediate, and role-based access to all their files. Sr. Digital Services Executive, Josh Borum, has spearheaded the new partnership with Stafford County Public Schools. “We are proud to support such a quality organization, stated Borum. Our company is founded on building quality relationships with organizations who want to bring their data and document content into the digital world.”
Founded in 2000, DOMA Technologies has grown into a leading provider of Enterprise Information and Data Management solutions for organizations nationwide. Using the DOMA FedRAMP accredited cloud-based technology platform powered by Amazon Web Services as the core enabler, we have developed and integrated end-to-end solutions around information management. Our approach is unlike the traditional legacy vendors since DOMA can provide more targeted micro solutions that are competitively priced and aimed at a quicker deployment, implementation, and return on investment.
DOMA’s digital management strategies were born out of a long history of trusted relationships in the private business, education, and healthcare community that has allowed them to formulate best practices for initiatives within the federal health IT space. DOMA currently performs on large programs within the Department of Veterans Affairs as well as the Defense Health Agency and DoD Tricare – the program providing civilian health benefits for U.S Armed Forces military personnel, military retirees, and their dependents.