Some good office filing systems include alphabetic, numeric and chronological methods. Any of these methods can be used to file business records depending on the nature of documents.Continue Reading
An alphabetical filing system organizes files by sorting them in the order they appear in the alphabet. For example, files can be named based on a client's surname, company name or any other identifying information containing words or letters.
A numeric filing system is common in businesses that keep large sequential volumes of information such as invoices. Numerical filing systems are common in businesses that require confidentiality since no names are displayed.
Chronological filing enables a business to manage files by date.Learn more about Managing a Business