Datum’s TrakSlider with 4Post Shelving: The “AWESOME” Product Childhood Solutions Needed.
April 26, 2021
When Laurie started her position as the Office Manager at Childhood Solutions in Fort Washington, Pennsylvania, she knew there had to be a better way to organize and store client files. The office was currently filing therapy and evaluation files in boxes stacked throughout the office. In addition to active files, the office is required to maintain old medical records for an extended period, which added additional strain to the limited storage space.
Childhood Solutions needed storage that not only maximized the current footprint but organized current and archived medical files. After a quick search for office storage, Laurie discovered Datum’s TrakSlider, a track-mounted high-density filing system.
Datum’s TrakSlider with 4Post shelving increased the office’s storage capacity by eliminating the need for fixed aisles and gave Laurie the flexibility needed to maintain and transition client files efficiently.
“The install went off without a hitch. Our installer, Kevin, was AMAZING. The product is AWESOME…we are so excited to begin using it to keep our files more organized. My bosses are very pleased we chose this product.” – Laurie, Office Manager
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