Quality & Innovation
When we purchased our building there was a lint-covered sign hanging loosely from a wall. It said: “Think Quality. If Better Is Possible, Good Is Not Enough.” The sign now hangs in our lobby. We saved it as a reminder that quality is important, but quality alone is not enough. We must continuously offer creative and cost-effective solutions to the problems faced by our clients.
SouthData serves thousands of clients of all sizes, from coast to coast, in a variety of industries. Our products total more than 18,000 options. As one of the country’s leading providers of billing solutions and imaging products, we are committed to excellence, innovation and growth in our service to you.
Community is a big part of what we are at SouthData. We are strongly committed to the core small-town values. Honesty. Loyalty. Friendliness. Integrity. Responsibility. Accountability. We work hard, but take the time to step back and appreciate what we have. We believe in being true to family, friends and associates.
SouthData demonstrates this commitment through our participation in the March of Dimes, the United Fund, and through our support of numerous local teams and organizations. Our folks volunteer thousands of hours each year to non-profits, churches and schools. We gave 500,000 color postcards to the “Let’s Say Thanks” program that delivered them to our troops overseas. The principle of neighbor helping neighbor is how we approach the work we do with our clients.
We have an innovative environmental program that allows us to recycle or reuse 95 percent of all waste. Our recycling efforts began with our new-to-us facility.
In 2005, our building was an abandoned textile mill that stood as a stark reminder of what had been lost from our community.
Working with another small business, we recycled the structure into a home for two technology-driven companies that employ 200 people and represent what the new economy will be for our area.
In 2008, we’re proud that our efforts resulted in a 34 percent reduction in energy use from the prior year. We have a group of employees called The Green Team, a committee that constantly thinks of ways to reduce, reuse and recycle.