Access Sciences own Ellen Peneguy-Tadman presented demonstrations of the web-based public and private records access viewer that we developed for the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality. The demonstrations generated enthusiastic conversations, questions, and knowledge sharing amongst the audience.
Successful RIM programs master competing interests by addressing the requirements presented by paper and electronic records as well as structured and unstructured content. These successful programs are fluent in communicating across all organizational levels and to all employees, regardless of employee tenure or expertise. Despite best intentions, RIM programs can struggle communicating their value beyond achieving compliance objectives.
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We reflect on some of our first-hand experiences in order to design a custom ECM architecture, guide you through the implementation and enhancement process, and ensure user adoption of your end-to-end ECM solution.
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Claudette Lloyd and Rich Russo lead a discussion on building effective retention schedules. They help the audience to analyze the options available to develop a records retention schedule and select the best one for their organization; to identify the necessary pre-conditions required to successfully implement a records retention schedule and to begin formulating a plan for their company; and to explore the specific challenges of distributing a retention schedule to email, shared drives, ERM/ECRM systems and more.