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Family-owned and Operated Since 1948

10,000+

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1,000,000

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Get to Know Us

Our vision to become the premiere records and information management company in the industry. Family owned and operated since 1948, Corodata takes pride in our work and employees. It is not unlikely to routinely celebrate 5, 10, and 25 year anniversaries. learn more
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We Are Green

Corodata is committed to helping our clients keep our state green for generations to come. Corodata is a certified Bay Area Green business because of our constant efforts to reduce our environmental footprint. learn more
Safety and Security

We Value Security

Corodata’s security process exceeds industry standards for all services. learn more
Dedicated Team

We Put the Customer First

We will earn our client’s long-term trust and loyalty. Corodata developed and maintains a strong corporate culture that prides itself on exceeding our client’s expectations each and every day. learn more

Meet our Partners

NAID
National Association for Information Destruction

The National Assocation for Information Destruction sets industry standards on proper and secure destruction services. Corodata participates in NAID’s rigorous internal audit program that requires companies meet not just legal standards on destruction, but also NAID standards. Corodata has passed all audits conducted by NAID, and have earned the recognition as a certified vendor through the association.

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Professional Records & Information Services Management (PRISM)

The Professional Records & Information Services Managmeent assocaition is the leading body in records management best practices. PRISM’s Privacy+ Certification is awarded to companies such as Corodata who meet legal and association requirements on commiting to protecting client information.

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Association of Records Managers and Administrators (ARMA)

The association for records managers and administrators is a close partner of Corodata. We are deeply involved in local ARMA chapters. Corodata members hold office, lead meetings, collaborate with the association to find speakers, develop content, and speak at local and national conferences on trends and best practices within information management.

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National Records Center (NRC)

Corodata is one of many independently owned records management companies part of the NRC. Through this partnership, Corodata can offer national coverage to our clients by partnering with other members of NRC who share our commitment of excellent service and value.

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International Facility Management Association (IFMA)

Corodata works closely with Corovan to assist facilities managers throughout the International Facility Management Association with their information management, commercial moves, and commercial storage.

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American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS) International

The American Society for Industrial Security offers guidelines, certifications, and standards for securing information. We participate in this association to constantly ensure we offer the highest levels of security for our client’s information.

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Firelock

We use Firelock vaults to provide our clients with state of the art media storage. Our vaults statewide have been designed and tested to withstand extreme levels of heat and humidity, all with the intention of protecting the contents inside at all times.

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Corovan Commerical Moving & Storage

As a member of the Corofamily of businesses, we continue to maintain a strong relationship with our sister company Corovan, the largest moving and commercial storage company on the West Coast. We work together to provide clients secure and affordable records management and commercial moves.

California Health Information Association (CHIA)

We understand that Health Information Management (HIM) professionals perform a variety of valuable and diverse roles that focus on keeping patients and their information protected at all times. Corodata partners with CHIA & AHIMA to remain educated on the ever changing needs of security in the healthcare industry, and to also offer our guidance on best practices for safeguarding information.

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Data Connectors

Data connectors provides professionals in the information technology and security world a way of staying current on new advances within the industry. Corodata regularly attends meetings, hosts educational symposiums, and participates in conferences at their local California chapters such as San Diego, Silicon Valley, Los Angeles, Orange County, and more. Our experts use the information they learn from Data Connectors to ensure Corodata provides our clients the highest level of security for their digital information.

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Association of Legal Administrators

Corodata is a familiar face within local chapters for the American Legal Association. While attending ALA events, we have the opportunity to engage with legal administrators to learn about the challenges they face in records management. We take what we learn back from these meetings and conferences to better serve our legal community.

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California Law Enforcement Association of Records Supervisors

The California Law Enforcement Association of Records Supervisors is dedicated to training our law enforcement in the technical and legal aspects of records keeping. As a sponsor and active member of CLEARS, we reguarly assist local departments with identifying a records management solution best suited for their needs.

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