Develop a compliance plan to satisfy a range of regulatory provisions.
Today, most businesses face a variety of compliance challenges—from meeting government regulations to ensuring adherence to best business practices. Lexmark can enhance your compliance strategy with workflow solutions that empower your team.
Take advantage of our strengths in digital signatures, enterprise-wide search, authentication and auditing capabilities to ensure data integrity, confidentiality and accessibility. Our professional services expertise can help you develop a compliance plan that satisfies Sarbanes-Oxley, Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), Graham-Leach-Bliley and other regulations.
Industry-specific compliance solutions
We work with customers and partners to develop solutions for numerous industries. For example, Lexmark’s healthcare solution features software that has been tested and certified for ONC-ATCB and meaningful use of interoperable electronic health records (EHR). It also satisfies specifications set out by FDA 21 CFR Part 11.
Our higher education solutions support recruitment and eligibility processes for the athletic department—helping ensure compliance with the NCAA, NJCAA, NAIA and other regulatory bodies.
And our solutions for energy and water utilities support RUS Emergency Restoration Plans to ensure business continuity in cases of disaster.
Establishing Record Retention Policies
Lexmark helps establish records management and document retention policies by working closely with key stakeholders to determine the most efficient processes. From scanning (capturing) and retention to archiving and destruction, our solutions drive document lifecycles with proper compliance for both mission-critical and non-mission-critical records management—without disrupting business workflow.
Benefits of Compliance Solutions
- Helps ensure adherence to best business practices
- Provides industry-specific workflow processes to enhance efficiency
- Helps you establish records management and document retention policies