FileBank Inc. is a family and veteran-owned small business providing enterprise content management services for the education, government, healthcare, insurance, and non-profit sectors. Through a robust technology platform, 18 separate services from *scanning to archiving to secure shredding, and a 600,000 cubic foot secure archive center *known as “the Vault,” FileBank has the capacity and domain expertise to help customers “Save What Matters™.
82-year-old Greg Copeland is the founder of FileBank. This multi-million dollar-a-year enterprise manages physical and digital assets for the Metropolitan Opera, Doctors Without Borders, and the New York City Ballet. Three hundred regional schools and municipalities are also run out of its massive Archive Center in Oakland, New Jersey, which has grown expediently during these challenging times – mostly because companies are looking to move their physical files to digital assets.
Greg is looking to take FileBank nationwide, solving a big problem for big and small companies – digitizing files as more companies declare that they are allowing employees to work from home and other employees are hesitant to head back to the office.
Greg joins me on Tech Talks Daily to share the evolution of Filebank and the lessons he has learned after a lifetime in tech.
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