A Winston-Salem company that manages and stores business records has moved into a new facility in Morrisville.
DataChambers Records Management has taken over 24,000-square-feet of space at Keystone Business Park. It will employ five people to start, including Adam Morgan, who moved from the Winston headquarters to be the operations manager.
DataChambers handles document imaging, shredding, file management and record storage for more than 1,000 clients.
The move into Raleigh-Durham was prompted by demand from the company's clients who have offices in the Triangle, Chris Kelley, the chief operations officer, said in a statement.
Those clients include the law firm Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice.
Last year, DataChambers expanded into Charlotte, moving into a new 85,000-square-foot facility at Ridge Creek Business Park.