Key Benefits

While data is growing at an unprecedented rate, regulatory requirements continue to tighten. Infobelt can show you what information is essential.

Key Benefits

Risk Reduction – “Protect the Enterprise”

Infobelt Platform’s configurable retention policies enable organizations to manage retention schedules, deploy defensible destruction, and ensure proper information governance. Infobelt helps reduces the risk of litigation and tightens data security and control.

Lower Costs – “Strengthen the Infrastructure”

Infobelt's platform capabilities such as compression, indexing and full-text search enable users to readily satisfy compliance, business, and legal requirements. Cost reductions in electronic media, license fees, maintenance contracts, physical storage space and time-to-information are typically reported.

Market Advantage – “Give your Business an Edge”

Based on an open architecture, the Infobelt Platform facilitates integration with a variety of data stores to build the archive. Third party analytic tools can readily access this ‘big data,’ thus providing decision makers with insight that they need to gain a competitive advantage.

Adaptability – “Tailored for your Business”

The Infobelt Platform eliminates the need to purchase and integrate various components from a variety of vendors that can result in loss of time, increased complexity, and higher costs. Working with a nimble provider for your Information Lifecycle Management services means simpler maintenance and no hidden costs.

eDiscovery – “Enhance Compliance”

Whether your data is structured, unstructured, or a combination of both, managing all of your business’s artifacts in one place enables you to perform more efficient e-discovery and more consistently apply retention policies and/or legal holds to your information.

Access to Big Data – “Leverage Analytics for Decision Making”

Understanding characteristics of each data element provides the ability to track, analyze, and manage information effectively. Key elements such as source system, creation date, and document type are captured and indexed, facilitating future access. Additionally, the content of text documents are indexed and made searchable.