The Hill Company is pleased to announce a major contract win for a national law firm based in Scotland. The Hill Company will service their Scottish offices (Glasgow, Edinburgh & Aberdeen) from our new records centre based in Livingston which went live from 1st January this year. The firm's others offices in London and Manchester will be served by other records centres.

Commenting on the win, Mark Brazier Director of Scotland for THC said 'This is a major boost for our new facility and I can't wait to bring the high standard that our customer already experiences from our London records centre up to here. Our new customer is already receiving three deliveries a day to their Glasgow & Edinburgh offices eliminating the need for any emergency deliveries. We have started the transfer from their existing provider but this will take most of the year to complete' 'This is the first step in our driver to be a true national player'

During the O' Neil conference that James Hill, Managing Director of The Hill Company both presented and attended he was lucky enough to catch up Tom Adams of the RIMproReport and share his experience at building up both the House of Hill & The Hill Company.

The RIMproReport is a weekly talk show dedicated to the RIM services industry. Hosted by industry insider Tom Adams, the show is for record centers, shredders, scanners and media vault operators.

You can download at iTunes or by following the link below.

http://rimproreport.com/rimproreport-show-61/

James Hill of The Hill Company is awarded the O'Neil Forum Moderator of the Year award 2010.

The award was given to James Hill the Managing Director of The Hill Company at the O'Neils conference in California in September of this year in recognition of his outstanding participation.

The Hill Company became the world's first RM Bridge compliant records centre when it linked up with one of its clients Intandem software using RM Bridge and RS Conector.

In the complex world of records management, the ability to seamlessly manage both onsite and off-site records has become essential.  Commercial record centres recognised this and introduced web-portals, allowing their clients access to view, update and even order services online.  This was a great improvement on the traditional phone, fax or email solutions, but it still required retraining of clients staff on how to access the web-portal.  If only the off-site records and services could be accessed directly from their file-room software.

rm-bridgeRMBridgeTM leverages the power of Web Services specifically designed for the integration of file room software products and commercial record centres utlising O'Neil Software's RS-SQL(R) . With RMBridgeTM, the seamless ability to merge these two disparate worlds now exists.  All of the functionality expected in the web-portal of a commercial record centre can now be included in your software offering, with the ability to add additional business rules, creating a unique value-add proposition to your clients.