The Real Story about Armstrong Archives
An in depth look at a Dallas based Records Management Company

Dallas, Texas, September 6th, 2011 (Armstrong Archives) --In 1995, Armstrong Relocation a multi-million-dollar national support services company – started Armstrong Archives.  Sherri Taylor is the co-founder and president of Armstrong Archives. Armstrong owns both the property and buildings that house Armstrong Archives.  Sherri has been in the record management industry for over twenty five years. Sherri is a current board member of the “NRC”, National Records Management Organization with a global out reach. She is also a leader within PRISM, the Global Trade Organization for Information Management Companies.  Armstrong Archives is also an active member of ARMA.

Armstrong Archives, physical Document Management Solutions include; secure indexing, storage, retrieval, and delivery of physical documents. We track all types of information in a variety of formats, including single page documents in highly active files individual files grouped by carton and historical files stored en masse.  Armstrong digital Document Management Solutions consist of digitally capturing, retrieving and processing documents. Armstrong Document Management Solutions are often integrated as one comprehensive system to bridge physical and digital information. Our Destruction services efficiently handle a wide range of items for our clients: confidential paper documents, media such as films, magnetic tapes and CDs plus any type of non-hazardous and branded products.  Our eBackup DataStor service which is based on IBM Tivoli Storage Manager (TSM) offers a full backup & restore solution. Armstrong Archives DataStor Service can be combined with other Armstrong Archives services to provide a complete business continuity solution.

“Atmos Energy has partnered with Armstrong Archives for over 10 years, and during this time Armstrong has proven to be an excellent asset to our organization. Armstrong has demonstrated superior customer service, industry knowledge, reliability, and flexibility. The sincere attitude of “Customers FIRST” allows Atmos to conduct business as WE require, and not have to alter our processes or procedures to meet Armstrong Archives mandates.” – Angie Middleton – Atmos Energy

Every company that has sensitive or important information of any kind needs Armstrong Archives. Most
industries and regulatory agencies require businesses to keep information for specific periods of time, to
secure it from loss and to ensure its secure destruction as the end of its lifecycle. Armstrong Archives helps with that. We service our clients on daily, weekly, biweekly, and monthly bases. Whatever the client needs, we can accommodate.  Visit http://www.armstrongarchives.com to see more details on our services.

Our story began in 1957 when brothers-in-law Clyde Springer and James L. Watson acquired Armstrong using a small loan from a friend. At that time, the company had two employees and two trucks. As a result of a relentless pursuit of quality and a lot of hard work, Armstrong Relocation expanded from that first location in Memphis to a total of 22 locations in 13 states with more to come.  Today, Armstrong employs over 1,025 full-time employees and owner-operators, dispatches nearly 500 trucks, and operates over 1,200,000 square feet of warehouse space. Armstrong is one of the largest hauling and booking agents for United Van Lines. Out of nearly 500 agencies across the country, we are continually recognized annually for our performance and remain a leader in the industry in terms of both volume and service quality. Through our offices nationwide, we handle over 20,000 domestic and international relocations a year. Effective leadership, strategic planning and consistent execution of proven service processes have resulted in decades of growth. These successes provide the foundation for future expansion of the Armstrong family of companies.


Brandon Phalen
Media Director
Armstrong Archives