I have no reservations in recommending Easi File. The quality is great. It's really the best system out there- Jaime Ledo
In 1990, Jaime Ledo was a young, aspiring architect working for a medium-sized architectural firm. Mr. Ledo's employing firm used Easi Files to store their architectural drawings. As Ledo would dream of one day having his own firm, he'd think to himself, "I'm going to get one of these Easi Files!" And that's exactly what he did. Now, 22 years later, all of his firm's final sets of drawings are safe in their Easi Files.
"I've used flat files and hard drives to store drawings. In fact I still do," confessed Ledo. "The flat files store the drawings that are continually being revised, the ones that will ultimately be trashed. And frankly it's a pain. Let's say I have a stack of 20 drawings in 1 flat file drawer," explained Ledo, "In order to get to the one I'm looking for, I have to sort through the stack and then when I've finally found the 1 drawing I'm looking for, I inevitably remove 1 or 2 additional drawings in trying to get it from the stack ... and it just ends up a big mess" (Ledo continues to use a flat file for his disposable drawings, but uses Easi File exclusively for his "final" sets).
In regards to storing drawings on his computer, "Of course, I do," stated Ledo, "But I'm 'old school'. I don't completely trust technology ... and it's continually changing. I want to know that I can get to my drawings .... even if the power goes out or technological advances decide there's a better way to store data that makes the current way obsolete". "It's the peace of mind in knowing that my final drawings are safe and easily accessed that Easi File affords. I have no reservations in recommending Easi File. The quality is great. It's really the best system out there.