QFlow Systems, a St. Louis-based software developer and integrator, recently earned a prestigious designation from the General Services Administration.
ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, November 22, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — QFlow Systems, a St. Louis-based software developer and integrator, recently earned a prestigious designation from the General Services Administration (GSA) that represents the company’s expertise and specialization in flow management solutions. electronic records (ERM).
ERM refers to QFlow’s ability to solve the most complex challenges related to the movement, manipulation, archiving, security and management of electronic records. This capability becomes more important than ever as the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) deadline of 2022 approaches. NARA’s deadline was announced in the 2019 recordkeeping memo, M-19-21, which stated that NARA would no longer accept physical copies of records for archival purposes after the December 31, 2022.
The purpose of the ERM Services is to enable access, maintenance, control, storage, disposal and transfer of electronic records. QFlow’s flagship software solution, Q-ActionⓇ, allows government agencies to automate the records management process, reducing the risk of security breaches and human error. As the world becomes increasingly digital, the need for cybersecurity and the protection of personally identifiable information (PII) will only grow.
In 2022, the GSA assigned Special Item Number (SIN) 518210ERM to QFlow, making the company one of 91 total contractors and fewer than 70 small businesses in the United States to earn the designation.
Q-Action is an out-of-the-box commercial content services (COTS) platform designed to serve public sector businesses. Q-Action, with QFlow Microsoft Certified Partner statusempowers organizations to automate workflows and maximize the value they get from the software they already use the most: Microsoft Teams, Office 365, Power BI, and SharePoint, to name a few.
“Agencies deserve a software partner that has proven expertise in document management,” said Tim Koehler, president of QFlow Systems. “Many companies claim to be knowledgeable about ERM, but they don’t always have the capabilities or experience that government agencies need to implement true end-to-end content management solutions. I’m proud of our team who have worked so hard to prove themselves in this area, and we look forward to helping agencies solve other problems in the future.
About QFlow systems: QFlow Systems is a developer and integrator of content services business platforms and business process workflow software solutions. Its flagship product, Q-Action, was designed to serve public sector organizations to help them become more effective in achieving their missions. QFlow is based in St. Louis, Missouri, is privately held and has been in business since 2000.