past performance as an 8(a) and Hub Zone business

Washington Post Article

Certified as a Hub Zone business by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), DM has grown quickly to a full-service document production, conversion, and management firm with revenues of over $4 million and 35 employees located in its Headquarters in Washington, DC and two other offices in the DC metropolitan area. By providing specific solutions to customers’ document management challenges and successfully deploying hardware, software, and services that enable customers to get the “right information in front of the right person at the right time”, DM has amassed substantial past performance. 

The firm deploys state-of-the-art software solutions like Filenet, Kofax, and Edge.  DM’s primary hardware offerings are the products and accompanying services or support provided by Canon, Xerox, Hewlett-Packard, Konica/Minolta, Ricoh, Dell, and IBM.

Document Managers' role in resolving documentation inconsistencies in the District of Columbia is just one example of our successful projects.  DC Public Schools faced a potential "unclean" audit, which would have prompted Wall Street to downgrade the District’s bond rating.  DM was asked to step in as part of a massive effort to scan, catalog, and index over 4 million records related to school system employees.  The Washington Post touted the records overhaul, which drew weekly personal visits from the DC Mayor and Schools Chancellor, in an article on August 22, 2007.

DM scanned 4.6 million records over a 3-month timeframe into a document management system that enabled the critical security and retrieval of personnel records for employees whose work supports the educational requirements of more than 500,000 students.  This project’s volume, when extrapolated out over a 12-month timeframe, is the equivalent of over 22 million records.