As millions of employees are now working from home, the need for businesses to accelerate processes in Accounts Receivable/Accounts Payable is more important than ever. Manual and repetitive tasks such as approvals, signatures, and documentation can be digitized to improve an organization through Document Management software.
Document Management & Workflow Automation Software
Document management and workflow automation software enable organizations to digitize and optimize the processes that power the core of your business. These processes might be repetitive tasks, secure and error-free filing, items that require consistency across the organization, every time.
By using document management software, your remote organization can benefit from the following:
- Users enabled to scan, import, process, tag, redact, and introduce critical business content into enterprise content management (ECM)
- Quickly locate and retrieve documents at a click of a button
- Ensure employees are staying compliant with government-regulated standards
- Enhance document security and access privileges
- Monitor and track documents by seeing who accessed, modified, or even printed
Automation Software for Accounts Payable
Invoice management is critical to the fiscal health of businesses. An automated accounts payable process will save computing resources, paper, and vendor fees from lost invoices or human error. By turning all paper documents into electronic documents, your business will be able to run more efficiently. Internal IT staff and accountants also save time when they no longer need to pull data together from fragmented sources.
With accounts payable automation software, your organization can:
- Eliminate manual data entry by capturing invoices electronically
- Reduce error and enhance transparency
- Streamline workflows by automatically routing invoices
- Schedule vendor payments and accurately forecast and manage cash flow
- Integrate with ERP and accounting systems for a complete view of spending*
- Generate reports and dashboards that provide visibility across the Accounts Payable process
- Eliminate filing cabinets that take up valuable space
*Please contact an RJ Young Specialist to inquire about full integrations.
How Docuware Helps Invoice Processing
Automated Workflows & Process Automation Benefits
The implementation of this management software allows a company to create automated workflows for common processes such as onboarding new employees, processing invoices, and handling Human Resource procedures. Process automation increases a company’s efficiency and productivity, while simultaneously saving them time and money.
Some additional benefits of document management software include:
- Saving time and space
- Accessing files anywhere
- Preventing loss with disaster recovery
Drive productivity and profit by freeing your team of manual, tedious tasks. Whether your business needs an out of the box solution or detailed office automation, RJ Young is here to help.
We understand the climate most companies are operating in right now. RJY will be offering free consulting and free extended trials of several solution packages.
Choose RJ Young for Document Management Software to Improve Remote Work
To learn more about how RJ Young can help your employees still be efficient and productive during this coronavirus disease (COVID-19), fill out a contact form or give them a call at 800-347-1955.
Download the Complimentary DocuWare Webinar
Document Management Webinars presented by Michael Gale, DocuWare
In this webinar, you will learn:
- How to work remotely – Colleagues on the road, working from home, and collaborating across offices remain fully connected.
- Accounts Payable – Digitize every invoice with intelligent indexing. Securely store for instant retrieval. Use preconfigured workflows for approval routing, or use straight-through processing, to help expedite payments and keep your team on track.
- And much more!
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Ask five people which department in their organization uses the most paper and there is a good chance a majority of them will say human resources. HR departments perform a quintessential function in an organization by making sure that personnel, partners, and customers always have what they need. However, HR can also prove incredibly paper-intensive in its processes. These can be slow, antiquated, and wasteful. In response, many companies are turning to a document management system for the HR department specifically.
HR can represent one of the hardest areas to reduce printing costs and paper volume within an organization, but an HR document management system can help.
Simplify and Streamline: Document Management Systems for HR
Handling paperwork efficiently has long been a challenge for companies in every industry. Paper documents are notoriously slow, laborious, and prone to getting lost. Likewise, file storage and access control present their own challenges – if someone wants to access a particular file, they must physically go to the filing cabinets. If they’re going to share documents, they either need to make photocopies or scan them to a computer.
The workflow processes in human resources handle a tremendous amount of documents. Depending on the industry, these documents can range from highly regulated medical records, to employee files and records, or documentation of training for heavy machinery. Not all of it will be ultra-sensitive, but all of it is crucial to have on hand should questions arise.
In contrast, a document management system can simplify these processes and help an office streamline its workflow. For an HR department, this makes it faster to create documents, process the ones they receive, and transmit paperwork to the necessary individuals.
An HR department can take advantage of features such as:
- Business Process Automation
- This is when automation takes over low-impact, time-consuming manual processes, like data entry or approval processes, and makes them more efficient. Overall, business process automation allows professionals more time for what truly matters.
- Artificial Intelligence
- Algorithms can “read” documents to extract valuable information, scan for keywords, or highlight anomalies in a document.
- Centralized Document Ecosystems
- With all documents in one place, the staff does not need to waste time shuffling papers between offices or databases.
The Advantages of Electronic Documents
As the business world moves faster, paper-based document processes are simply no longer practical in most offices. That is especially true in HR, where file management can rapidly become unmanageable.
In contrast, electronic documents offer:
1. Enhanced Security
Keeping personnel files secure is just as important as safeguarding customer data. Some of the most significant data breaches have targeted employee records. By protecting the privacy rights of employee files, this protects the employer from liability. An HR document management system takes advantage of digital solutions, to keep documents secure from sophisticated user role permissions to automated backups stored offsite.
The following types of records should be taken into consideration: The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), requests for Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) leave, requests for ADA accommodations, results of drug/alcohol tests, reimbursement requests for medical expenses, financial, and medical records.
2. Easier Accessibility
Ever felt the frustration of looking for a document that had been misfiled? With electronic filing, that will not happen anymore. A robust HR document management software suite deploys advanced document storage features, including:
- Standardized file names to keep organization consistent
- Advanced search functions to locate document names and content
- Optical character recognition – a type of optical recognition used by scanning software that allows the software to read the entire document. Once the document has been scanned, the text is placed at the top of the PDF document allowing the content of the document to be searched.
- Smart directory building based on rules defined by the administrator
3. Reduced Reliance on the Printers
With the department handling more electronic documents, they will spend less time printing paper documents. Printing represents one of the most significant expenses that a company has, and reducing the amount of printing a company does is one of the easiest ways to reduce overhead.
Integrating Efficiency: How a Managed Print Service Can Help
For most companies, deploying a document management system in the HR department is only part of a broader strategy to reduce printing costs. While a reliable file management strategy will reduce a company’s reliance on printers, a managed print service can help take it a step further. In addition to all of the benefits typically delivered, such a service can:
- Improve printer security and control access to ensure that only what needs to be printed gets printed by the staff with the appropriate printing privileges.
- Implement print tracking to start reducing waste (across a company or a department).
- Integrate a centralized multifunction printer with a document management system to support digital document processes such as scanning or FoIP services.
- Assist with the digitization of paper documents.
Take Control of HR Paperwork with RJ Young
For HR, a document management system is a must-have. These powerful software platforms simplify and streamline the document-intensive business processes that these departments conduct. With the right program, an HR department can enjoy a secure, accessible, centralized file management strategy that reduces its overall reliance on printers.
Reducing an office’s overhead is a common and productive strategy to remain competitive in the business world. Paper-based documents are slow, impractical, and often expensive. Amplify a department’s productivity and cost-effectiveness by transitioning to digital documents. Save time, money, and headaches with an HR document management system.
RJ Young specializes in helping companies achieve operational efficiency in all of their departments. Start a conversation today about how a document management system can boost the efficiency of a company’s HR department.
The southeastern United States is home to many thriving tech hubs. Succeeding in this vibrant environment requires the right technology, infrastructure, and security measures in place. Even companies that excel in digital innovation benefit from the second opinion of skilled professionals offering IT services. From Chattanooga to Huntsville and beyond, companies routinely take advantage of managed services to keep infrastructure streamlined and secure.
Thinking about investing in some new computers? Not sure where the office stands with its cyber security? Curious about how many devices are connected to the network? First, it is important to understand what an IT security network assessment is and how it can benefit an office.
4 Reasons to Have an IT Security Network Assessment Done
An IT security network assessment is a comprehensive review of an organization’s existing IT infrastructure, software, and hardware. This review focuses on security, compliance, and operational efficiency in an organization’s network. This detailed report includes a review of the performance of the network, a security assessment to define areas of improvement (i.e. vulnerabilities and bugs in the network), a network inventory used to discover which devices are on the network, the network architecture, and much more. It is one of the first places a company starts when choosing to leverage managed IT services.
By having an outside objective network assessment conducted, businesses can figure out which aspects of the business are working, what may be holding it back, and how best to plan for the future. An assessment can catch problems early before they affect a company’s productivity or even worse – the bottom line.
Choosing an IT services partner is vital because it involves trusting a third-party partner to handle a company’s most critical business information and help during network issues or a crisis. RJ Young has a reliable team of trained professionals to create custom unique solutions to help a business succeed. With the amount of managed IT services options available, it can make choosing a provider difficult.
When choosing a managed services provider, look for a provider that will:
1. Address Security Blind Spots and Weak Points
The primary purpose of security is to prevent unauthorized access to a company’s network or sensitive information. However, the average office is technologically sophisticated. There are many opportunities for security blind spots to arise simply because so many devices now exist in an office.
For startups and small businesses, the likelihood of blind spots or weak points increase. Startups frequently need to access the same technological solutions as their established rivals, but they may not have the skill or expertise to deploy these solutions securely.
However, an IT security network assessment is valuable to companies, no matter their size. Like a car, a network benefits from regular checkups. A comprehensive IT assessment will identify:
- Internet-connected devices that are not adequately secured, like printers or smart devices
- Outdated hardware with known security flaws
- Software that is incorrectly configured, updated, or secured
- Employee security practices that may result in a breach
- Areas where the IT department lacks visibility
- Technological assets lacking physical security
- Assets in use that might not be compliant with regulations
2. Discover Shadow IT
Network assessments frequently reveal the presence of shadow IT in a company. According to Cisco, shadow IT is the use of technological assets without the use, permission, or knowledge of the IT department. This typically occurs because employees are buying or installing software or applications (though sometimes hardware) to do their job. Employees often install shadow IT when IT support is unavailable, or the current tools provided by the company are insufficient.
Shadow IT is not malicious, but it nonetheless creates an opportunity for malicious software or criminals to gain access to a network. It also makes network traffic monitoring much more difficult because these resources might not be visible to an IT department. If the IT department is not aware of an application or software on a device, they cannot support it or ensure that it is secure.
Gartner estimates that by 2020, one-third of successful attacks experienced by enterprises will be on data located in shadow IT resources, including shadow Internet of Things.
Shadow IT is not going away and an assessment can help uncover these resources. A managed IT service provider, such as RJ Young, can then review the resources and either integrate them into the authorized list of IT assets, or eliminate and replace them with secure tools to help employees do their jobs.
3. Identify Opportunities to Optimize Secure Accessibility
Many people view security and accessibility as being at odds with each other. Sometimes this leads to people taking shortcuts that undermine the preventative measures taken to protect a network. For example, some users may:
- Turn off multi-factor authentication to make logins easier
- Store passwords in insecure, but accessible locations
- Disable the firewall to access the resources they need on a computer
If users are disabling cyber security features, it is a sign that they are not deployed in a way that supports productivity and accessibility. An IT security network assessment can identify these instances to recommend later configurations that optimize accessibility while maintaining security.
4. Access Expert Advice Before Developing Infrastructure
Many cities in the Southeast have reputations for being tech hubs full of competent, technologically fluent professionals who know what they are doing when it comes to software and hardware. However, no one should buy a car without having it inspected by a mechanic first. Think of an IT security assessor like a mechanic.
An IT security network assessment is a smart first step when considering additional infrastructure investments.
An organization may know its IT infrastructure inside and out, but that does not diminish the value of a second set of eyes. Instead, a professional who is specifically trained to conduct assessments will be able to provide insights regarding immediate, short-term, and long-term impacts of the proposed developments. Even if a company does not intend to pursue managed IT services, such advice can mean the difference between scalable growth and unnecessary expenses.
RJ Young Provides IT Services in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and Throughout the Southeast
An IT security network assessment is a smart move for any organization, even if they are already experts in the technology industry. A comprehensive evaluation conducted by trained professionals is one of the most valuable services that a technologically sophisticated office can employ. Carrying out regular IT security assessments to gain better visibility or implementing zero-trust networking can be an effective way to tackle threats.
Before upgrading those computers or making significant changes to the office’s IT security, give RJ Young a call. Work with a team of experienced professionals who know tech startup scenes like Chattanooga’s and are prepared to deliver the right IT services to thrive.
RJ Young provides managed IT services and assessments to companies in Chattanooga, Tennessee and throughout the Southeast. Contact an RJ Young specialist to get started with a comprehensive network assessment today.
As the numbers of confirmed cases of COVID-19 increase, companies are quickly focusing on safety, collaboration, and efficiency via remote work. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention suggested remote work could mitigate the risk of contracting COVID-19, also known as Coronavirus. These employees would, in theory, need to rely on a video conferencing system, virtual conference platform or mobile office solutions to connect them to others.
With government and school closures, quarantine increases, and millions of companies around the world enforcing work-from-home policies to their employees, the demand for AV solutions is more important than ever. Many organizations are adopting remote work arrangements to slow the spread of COVID-19, and RJ Young is here to help provide assistance to keep your work moving forward while keeping the safety of the community in mind.
RJ Young Provides Video Conferencing, AV, Mobile Solutions, & More to Help Your Business Stay Productive & Secure
RJ Young’s Audio Visual Solutions, such as interactive whiteboards, live streaming, and video services, and virtual or video conferencing can keep your teams connected.
Video conferencing connects customers, remote workers, and teams. It offers all the technology and capabilities any business needs to conduct a virtual meeting. Small to large businesses, government, healthcare, corporate, and education can all benefit. Video or virtual conferencing, online web conferencing, and chat software allows people to maintain some semblance of business as usual.
With mobile office solutions, you can be in the office no matter where you are. RJ Young will integrate your mobile devices with your network to ensure that you have access to the same data you would when sitting at your desk.
Your smartphone can be a full extension of your office network so you can scan, upload, organize, and share documents from any device. If you are not working remotely, but trying to keep person-to-person interactions at a minimum instead, you can even print directly from your smartphone and send it to the printer in the conference room, the hallway, or anywhere in the office.
Is Your Company & Security Team Ready?
Beware of phishing attacks
With the rapid transition to a remote workforce, the pressure is on for companies to understand and address a wave of potential security risks. When workers start to connect from home or a coffee shop, they could be using personal devices to send business data over unsecured networks. This could also potentially expose organizations to cyberattacks and computer viruses if precautions are not taken.
With concerns growing, hackers and thieves are using this threat to phish for information or attempt to infect your computer with a virus. Be extra cautious if you receive any emails with links to sites that claim to show maps of the spread of infection or ask you to log in with your email address and password.
Be cautious and do not let the concerns over the Coronavirus pandemic trick you or your employees into clicking buttons and opening files you would usually ignore.
Our partner, SOPHOS, explains in more detail about the threat here.
Let RJ Young be Your Audio Visual Provider & Assist Your Organization With Remote Work Solutions
RJ Young provides the latest technology to help increase productivity and efficiency no matter the size or industry. Whatever your audio visual needs are RJ Young has the solution. In the coming weeks, we can expect to see more companies incorporating these advanced virtual conference platforms and video conferencing systems to keep employees safe and reduce the spread of the COVID-19.
Contact RJ Young today to learn more information about Audio Visual Solutions.
Paper choice is incredibly important when it comes to ensuring the quality of a printed pieceThe type of paper you choose can have a significant impact on the presentation and quality of your printed document. With so many different types, sizes, and attributes to consider, it can be difficult to determine the correct paper to use with your standard office printer. Read on for a printer paper buying guide and learn more about the best paper options for your small business printer.
Printer Paper: Different Attributes
Printer paper can come in a variety of weights and finishes. You need to understand the difference between them to ensure you choose the correct type of paper for your printing needs.
Paper finish refers to whether the paper is coated or uncoated. There are a variety of coating finishes and specialized uncoated papers, but all paper falls into one of these two categories.
- Coated paper has been thinly covered with a hardened clay material. The coating added to the surface of the paper improves brightness, smoothness, and adds a shiny coating. It also makes text and images display sharper and colors denser. Coated papers are covered with gloss, semi-gloss, or matte finishes.
- Uncoated paper has a non-glare surface and is absorbent. This type of paper has nothing coating its natural fibers and absorbs ink easily. Uncoated paper is easy to write on and is generally used for things such as stationery, books, envelopes, newsletters, etc.
Paper weight in the United States is typically measured in pounds (lb), which is the actual weight of 500 sheets of the “basis size” of paper you are referencing. Even after the paper is trimmed to a smaller size, it is still categorized by the weight of its basis size sheet. Since the basis size may vary, comparing paper weights can be tricky.
- When 500 sheets of bond paper at its basis sheet size of 17×22 inches weighs 20 pounds, that paper is still identified as 20lb paper even after it is trimmed to the familiar 8.5×11 inch size. For example, 28lb multipurpose paper will likely not be the same weight or thickness as a 28lb premium or card stock paper. Therefore, the paper weight does not change, even if the paper size does.
- Paper in points. One tricky thing to remember is paper comes in pounds and points. Points are also used to indicate the thickness of each sheet of paper. They are measured simply by using calipers to measure the thickness
The higher the number of pounds (weight), the thicker the paper. Below are some general examples of different weights of paper.
- 100lb: thicker, generally used to make business cards
- 80lb: lighter weight, generally used for poster paper or fliers
- 24lb/20lb: lightweight, usually the standard copier paper for everyday use
With all the different attributes to make things easier, it’s important to first compare products of the same paper type and then compare paper weights.
Text Stock or Bond Stock
Text stock or bond stock refers to the standard copy paper used by offices for daily printing. It is found in 16lb, 20lb, 24lb, 28lb, 32lb, and 36 lb weights. It might also be called copy paper, xerox paper, or basic office paper.
You do not have to sacrifice quality when it comes to helping reduce your carbon footprint. There are countless types of high quality recyled printer paper that can be used for every kind of project. Recycled paper does not have to look recycled either! It comes in a variety of shades and feels as fine as non-recycled paper.
Printer Paper: Various Sizes
All types of paper can be found in a variety of sizes. Below are the common sizes used, but keep in mind that most multifunction printers can handle a much wider variety:
- Letter: 8.5×11 inches
- Legal: 8.5×14 inches
- Tabloid: 11×17 inches
Overall, taking a little extra time to pick the right printer paper will yield the best results.
Standard Paper Sheet Sizes (in North America)
Common sizes of sheet paper known as North American sheet sizes are used throughout the printing industry in the United States, Canada, and Mexico.
Standard Parent Sheet Sizes
Parent sheet sizes are the large standard sheets which are then cut into smaller sheets. The majority of bond, ledger, writing, offset, book, and text papers are available in one or more of these sizes:
- 17×22 inches
- 19×25 inches
- 23×35 inches
- 25×38 inches
Standard Cut Sheet Sizes
The North American cut sheet sizes are so familiar that even users in other countries are familiar with them. They are frequently mentioned in software programs and are familiar to most people within the workforce. These are the three common cut sheet sizes:
- 8.5×11 inches (letter)
- 8.5×14 inches (legal)
- 11×17 inches (tabloid/ledger)
How Paper Weight Affects Printing
Paper weight has a tremendous impact on the quality of the finished product. It can affect things like:
- Perception of quality or formality. Heavier papers tend to feel more luxurious in the hands, evoke a sense of higher quality, and suggest more formality.
- Ease (or difficulty) of use. Heavier paper weights may be more troublesome if they are being folded or stuffed into envelopes.
- Double-sided printing. Lighter paper weights may be more transparent, allowing double-sided printing to show through and muddle the clarity of the page.
- Print speed. Heavier papers may result in reduced printing speeds or increased jams if the printer is not configured correctly. That may be a problem if fast printing is needed for an office.
Printer Compatibility: How to Identify the Best Small Business Printer for Heavier Paper Stocks
Printing with heavier weights can unlock new dimensions for printing in an office. However, just because a small business printer can print, scan, and copy, it does not mean it is designed to handle weights far beyond the range of bond stock. Unfortunately it is not a one size fits all situation when it comes to printer paper and small business printers.
To identify a good small business printer for heavier paper stocks, look for:
1. A Printer Rated for Heavier Stocks
Modern business printers usually indicate whether or not they are designed to handle heavier papers. If it does not mention anything about card stocks or heavier paper weights, it is safe to assume the device is meant for standard copy paper and not much else.
2. Front or Back Feeding
An enterprise-level multifunction printer will often have a unique feed path dedicated to thick or specialty papers. It will usually be a front or back feed, meaning that the paper tray will stick out a little when it is loaded. A dedicated feed path ensures that the paper will not get folded, which can prove more damaging to heavier paper weights.
3. Adjustable Settings
A small business printer designed to handle a variety of paper sizes, weights, and stocks will come with adjustable settings. Take a minute to look through the printer’s settings to determine if it is meant to handle variable paper types.
Specialty Types of Paper – Production Equipment
Specialty papers such as bristol stock and tag stock, which is usually heavier with more unique finishes, will need to be printed on production equipment.
It’s drawing paper that is pasted to form multi-ply sheets. It provides a stiff, strong surface to work on without the need for mounting. It has a fabric-like feel and generally, there are two types of surfaces: smooth and vellum. Bristol stock is used for formal occasions and sometimes certificates. It is found in 67 or 120pound weights.
Generally, a thicker, more durable paper than normal writing or printing paper, but is thinner and more flexible than other forms of paper. Stiff, heavy paper from which business cards or similar materials are made. It is found in 50, 80, 90, 120, and 130pound weights.
Index stock differs from cardstock in that it often lacks the protective coatings found on cardstock (like those that make business cards shiny), making it not as thick as cardstock. It’s a durable workhorse at most commercial printing companies. It is found in similar weights as card stock (50, 80, 90, 120, and 130pound weights).
Tag stock is a thick, stiff, utility-grade card stock designed for making signs or product tags that will see heavy use. It’s tear-resistant and can stand up to frequent handling and bending. It is available in 100, 150, and 200pound weights.
Get the Right Small Business Printer for the Job with RJ Young
Today’s printing market offers a variety of options to assist businesses with delivering an impactful and professional presentation in their printed documents. By choosing the right small business printer, a company can create quality print jobs, with the help of various paper stocks and weights.
Choosing the best printer for a small business can be a chore – with RJ Young as a trusted partner, it is not. Contact RJ Young today to discover your best options.
Our Community Coming Together
In the early morning hours of Tuesday, March 3, 2020, a powerful, deadly tornado ripped through Middle Tennessee causing a wide path of destruction. Among the hardest hit areas were Germantown and East Nashville, with numerous businesses damaged or completely destroyed. The devastation continued into west Tennessee with Mt. Juliet, Donelson, Wilson County, Putman County, and Smith County taking the brunt of the tornado.
According to the Nashville Fire Department, at least 45 structures collapsed around the city of Nashville. The tornados path, which varied in intensity, stretched roughly 50.25 miles from beginning to end, beginning in the area of the John C Tune area and ending 3.5 miles west of Gordonsville. According to the National Weather Service, the tornado has been categorized as an EF-3.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to the families and friends of the 25 who lost their lives in the Nashville tornado, as well as the people who are still missing. It is amazing how so many people throughout different communities have already come together to help, show support, and assist in the clean-up efforts to get the state of Tennessee back on track. Together, the city of Nashville and surrounding areas will get through this and come out stronger than before. We will rebuild and make it through this tragedy.
While the headquarters of RJ Young were not damaged in the Nashville tornado, it is without power. However, we are here for our RJ Young family and for our customers.
“We are here for more than ourselves – we are here to take care of the community. We will look for opportunities to serve our community, including clean-up efforts, to help get Nashville back on its feet.”AJ Baggot, COO RJ Young
Nashville Tornado: How to Help, Volunteer, and Where to Get Help
As many Middle Tennessee communities were affected and are dealing with the devastation, there are countless ways to help and give back to those in need.
Here are some resources if you wish to donate or volunteer your time, or are looking for help:
- Hands on Nashville
- Red Cross of Middle Tennessee
- Second Harvest of Middle Tennessee
- United Way
- Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp.
- Community Resource Center
- Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee
Information for those impacted by the storm (road closures, shelters, and more) can be found at nashville.gov.
RJ Young Can Help Your Business by Providing Business Backup & Disaster Recovery Services:
This week’s tornado was an eye-opening experience for Middle Tennessee and the many businesses affected by the storm. Many put off implementing a backup and disaster recovery plan for their business until it’s too late. The time, resources, and funds it takes to get up and running will then add to their hardships.
RJ Young offers disaster recovery services to businesses of all sizes across the state of Tennessee and throughout our entire footprint. Should your business need assistance, we can help get your critical functions back in order so your business can resume normal operations as quickly as possible. We are here to help accommodate your needs.
While Nashville and Middle Tennessee recover, RJ Young will be here to assist in any way possible. Please email us at email@example.com or call 800-347-1955. Together we can help weather this storm. We believe in Nashville!