National Archives is a private company based in Bulgaria, that was founded in 2006. It specializes in helping businesses with their document management. The company offers a variety of tools for archiving, scanning, storing and accessing the data whenever a client needs it. The firm’s services are used by companies, both local and international, from a wide range of industries. The next improvement the company has planned is implementing AI into the document management process. This will make the processes faster and more efficient.
National Archives: On a journey of making document management more efficient
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