Case Study – Ohio Farm Bureau

Coleman Data helps nonprofit retain records while transitioning

When one county needed help maintaining access to essential records while moving locations, they turned to Coleman Data Solutions for assistance.





Business Size

Grassroots membership organization that has about 140,000 members in Ohio representing its agricultural food and farms industries.


The nonprofit Summit County Farm Bureau (SCFB) planned a move to a new facility. Their record retention policy required that they keep records – some nearly 100 years old and degrading. SCFB researched online and found what they were looking for at – experience, service and accreditation.


Coleman Data Solutions converted SCFB’s paper records to PDFs in methodical, intuitively labeled files and well-organized folders stored and backed up on portable drives.

We received quotes from several companies but ultimately went to Coleman Data. Even though we were a relatively small project, Coleman Data treated our company with as much attention as a large client. They clearly desired to do the work correctly and meet our goals. I am very happy with how the project turned out.
Lindsay Shoup

Organization Director, Ohio Farm Bureau

Results / Outcome

Coleman Data Solutions met SCFB’s exact needs – affordably converting thousands of paper documents to digital content, indexing for searchability, creating a final project file, and securely disposing of the old files.

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