For the third consecutive year, document management solution provider KeyMark Inc. has been named the South Carolina chapter of Government Management Information Sciences’ (SCGMIS) Prestigious Partner of the Year. KeyMark offers document management automation solutions that enable customers to automate traditionally manual-intensive processes, resulting in increased efficiencies and cost savings.
SCGMIS brings together information technology (IT) professionals from cities, counties, school districts, state agencies, higher education, regional libraries and other public entities. Through networking and educational opportunities, group members share best practices and resources related to topics such as networking, security, web development, document management and other technical areas. The organization’s Prestigious Partner Award recognizes a vendor or partner who has supported the organization throughout the year through active sponsorships, promotional activities, educational programs and participation in SCGMIS activities.
“All vendors or partners in good standing are eligible for the award,” said Steve Collins, IT manager at Richland County and president of SCGMIS. “KeyMark has demonstrated leadership in helping today’s businesses and IT departments overcome the challenges associated with managing paper documents and traditional manual-intensive processes. We are proud to select KeyMark as our prestigious partner for the third year in a row. They have been actively involved in our organization and have played a significant role in education initiatives and helping our organization meet its goals.”
“KeyMark is honored to receive this award,” said Chris Johnson, enterprise solutions account manager for the public sector at KeyMark. “We value the long-standing relationship we have with SCGMIS and are especially honored to have been named prestigious partner of the year three years in a row. Working with government agencies and departments is an area of specialization at KeyMark. That’s why sharing ideas, learning about trends and discussing challenges with our SCGMIS peers is so important to us.”
The mission of SCGMIS is to provide educational activities, networking opportunities and a forum to develop and share best practices in order to improve and enhance information technology for all South Carolina county, municipal, and state agencies. SCGMIS member agencies represent higher education, school districts, state authorities, county government, city government and state agencies. More than 400 IT professional typically attend SCGMIS educational workshops every year. For more information go to www.scgmis.org or call 843-792-1114.