Archive-IT helps organizations with the systematic storage of data, both physically and digitally. In this way, the data can be retrieved more easily and the efficiency of your primary processes can be improved. In addition, Archive-IT supports its customers in the evolution from data to information and from work to collaboration. To achieve this, Archive-IT has developed four services that fit together seamlessly: digitizing information, archiving on an individual level, vitalizing digital data and, finally, a platform for digital archiving, namely AIR. These well thought-out services in combination with advanced software solutions ensure that you can transform into a digital working environment in one day without having to say goodbye to the advantages of paper.
History from Jalema
Formerly I-FourC (2004 - 2019)
Archive-IT (2019 - present)
Active in 4 countries
120 km of storage at file level
4.000+ software users
6 km of storage in accordance with the Archives Act
In-house software development
15.000 of pallet-level storage places
The Archive-IT team consists of approximately 50 (international) professionals. Are you curious about our employees? We would like to introduce them to you!
Helping organizations to systematically store data (physical and digital) and thus be able to find it back quickly. This makes it easier to process data into information and the ultimate goal is to improve cooperation and efficiency.
Our goal is to be the most complete and trusted archiving specialist in Western Europe by 2025, offering added value to its customers in supporting the evolution from data to information and from work to collaboration.
In 1999, the individual storage division was transferred to a separate legal entity called Jalema File Management B.V.
In 2003 the building was built and the former warehouse of Jalema was cleared for Scanning on Demand.
In 2004, the Software Development department was transferred to Jalema File Management B.V. and the company name was changed to I-FourC Technologies B.V.
In 2006, the concept was expanded to include bulk scanning, offering a complete range of services. In the same year, the first bulk-scan project was carried out at a large hospital.
In 2010, the new archive space in Reuver, also known as Fort Knox at the Maas, was built. It covers 80 linear kilometres. In addition, the CSR certificate was obtained.
In 2018, Archive-IT expands its services to Belgium. Under a new Belgian entity, the digitisation and archiving solutions will be actively deployed on the Belgian market.
In 2019, the company name was changed to Archive-IT BV. The services of Archive-IT have been adapted to better respond to the developing market.
Due to the acquisition of Jalema by T3L Group, the roads between Jalema and Archive-IT have been separated. Jalema France will continue under the name Archive-IT France.