Meet Our Management Team

Nick Brattan, President

Nick Brattan’s lifelong passion for photography led to the creation of New England Micrographics in 1983, now known as New England Document Systems. Nick’s vision to remain at the forefront of a changing industry inspired him to expand the Microfilm business the company was built on with newer technology services such as digital imaging and Accounts Payable automation. Today, Nick is a driving force in the direction of the company in an ever-changing world of technology.

Donald Forst, VP & Treasurer

Donald Forst, a Photographic Scientist graduate of Rochester Institute of Technology, developed into a serial entrepreneur starting or being involved in many businesses within the micrographics industry throughout his professional career. In 1983 he assisted in starting NEdocs, which, at the time, was called “New England Micrographics.” Nearly 30 years later, through a company name change and dramatic technological expansions in the industry, Don’s entrepreneurial spirit continues to grow with New England Document Systems, and push the company forward.

Lynn Siska, Director of Sales


Lynn has been the Director of Sales at New England Document Systems for over 25 years. She is passionate about brainstorming paperless solutions and takes pride in providing the “right fit” of products and services for each company. She participates in project consulting, planning, and works closely with new and existing business relationships to maintain a standard of excellence.

Bob Camire, Director of HR & Operations


Bob possesses over 30 years’ experience within organizations assuming responsibility for operations, human resources and customer service. Bob is responsible for organizational development at NEdocs and is responsible for ensuring ongoing training, cross-training, and employee development company-wide. Bob also oversees all aspects of the annual SOC 2 compliance audits.

Patti Boyce, Production Manager


Patti has been with NEdocs since 1990, and has worked her way through most every position in the production department. Patti’s primary responsibility is to ensure the efficient operation of all production areas including document preparation, scanning, quality control, match and merge, delivery, as well as front-end AP processing through our mailroom department. Her exceptional analytical skills allow her to identify the most efficient and cost-effective ways to process jobs throughout production, ensuring our deadlines are met or exceeded and ensuring full customer satisfaction.

Sandy Muniz, Production Supervisor


Sandy joined NEdocs in 2007 after spending many years in the manufacturing sector holding positions in human resources, where she was responsible for recruiting, new hire training, specialty training as well as safety training and providing training for the NH Safety Council for Spanish-speaking participants. She is a member of NEdocs’ Safety Committee and holds the title of Production Supervisor where her primary area of responsibility is overseeing all aspects of the scanning department with overlap into other areas of the business. In her role, she works closely with Patti to identify the most efficient way to process all scanning jobs from start to finish, while overseeing all training and cross-training efforts within and outside her department.

Amy Sealey, Production Supervisor


Amy joined NEdocs in 1995 as a microfilm camera operator and advanced through various positions including overseeing the scanning department, working as an AP mailroom processor, and later advanced to her current position as Production Supervisor. Amy’s primary area of responsibility is overseeing the front-end AP department (“The Mailroom”) where she manages employee training, process improvements, new job set-up and more. Her expertise allows her to determine the most effective and efficient ways to set up new customer projects in order to adhere to our 24-hour turnaround standards. Amy previously worked in the manufacturing sector where she was trained on and operated seven different machines in order to ensure a streamlined production flow.