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The Evolving ECM Marketplace & Its Impact on Information Governance Implementation
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We all know that information governance (IG) is a practice – not a set of technologies. However, choosing the right mix of technologies to support IG can go a long way to achieving your goals. The ECM marketplace has had a significant impact on the technology choices available to organizations – both good and bad. Priscilla Emery will discuss how the ECM technology market has evolved and how these events will impact your technology decisions. Time: 11:30 am to 1:30 pm. RSVP by May 11.

5/16/2018
When: Wednesday, May 16, 2018
Where: Community First Credit Union
637 N Lee Street
Jacksonville, Florida 
United States
Contact: Michelle L Rader
http://jacksonville.arma.org/

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We all know that information governance is a practice – not a set of technologies. However, choosing the right mix of technologies to support information governance can go a long way to achieving an organization’s goals. The ECM marketplace has had a significant impact on the technology choices available to organizations – both good and bad.

Ms. Priscilla Emery will discuss how the ECM technology market has evolved over the years and how these events will impact your technology decisions for the future.

Emery is president of e-Nterprise Advisors, pr,oviding consulting and analysis services to private industry and government agencies. Her areas of expertise include information governance, RM and ECM strategies. Most of Ms. Emery’s work has involved introducing new technologies into organizations and making sure they provide a reasonable ROI for the effort made. A former Jeopardy! champion, Ms. Emery is a certified Information Governance Professional (IGP), AIIM Fellow, a Certified Information Professional (CIP), an AIIM ERMs, a member of ARMA, and a winner of AIIM’s Award of Merit. Priscilla has a degree in Mathematics from Lehman College (City University of New York).

RSVP by May 11.

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