BiGDUG helping customers to ‘get more organised’
With the start of the financial year approaching, BiGDUG is aiming to help its customers ‘get more organised’ with the help of its archiving systems.
“The new financial year begins on the 6th April and all businesses have a legal requirement, under the Data Protection Act 1998, to retain and dispose of all records in accordance with the National Archives guidelines,” comments Doug Nourse, Managing Director of BiGDUG. “Our aim is to help customers avoid penalties by offering new archiving deals which will help them get to grips with filing their financial documents safely.
“Businesses must show a duty of care with regards to all documents that need to be legally retained. Our archiving systems not only offer great value, but an easy way to keep records organised and safe. Businesses can face substantial fines if they lose documents or if they are destroyed before it’s necessary to do so. Hopefully we can help our customers avoid a bad start to the financial year!”
With the risk of heavy fines, BiGDUG is encouraging clients and customers to take up the offer and organise themselves ahead of the financial year beginning. An archiving deal offered by BiGDUG, includes a 5 level shelving bay with boxes from only £59 ex VAT and boltless shelving bays with 15 plastic boxes available from only £89 ex VAT.
Further details of archiving solutions can be found in BiGDUG’s brand new catalogue and online at www.bigdug.co.uk.
BiGDUG is the UK’s best value online shelving, racking and storage company supplying a professional service to both business and domestic customers.