AUTOMATION is the Key Ingredient

The convergence of twin forces – information volume and information variety – are forcing our traditional practices of records and information management to broaden.

The reality is that the practice can no longer be handled by traditional manual approaches based upon a paper paradigm. Something needs to change.

That “something” is the automation of information governance. Did you know 43% of experienced users have already automated how they "validate disposal or retention actions, track user behavior, and identify potential violations?"

This industry watch report from AIIM combines key research and data points that describe the current state of information governance paired with insightful analysis of those data points by AIIM's Expert Panel. The analysis is organized into seven key recommendations, designed to help records managers and information governance executives be more effective in making their case to senior management.

Benchmark yourself against your peers with other insightful findings on: how many organizations have an organization-wide strategy for metadata, how many organizations have automated methods to translate compliance requirements into operational processes, and more!

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58% of organizations realize they need to move up theinformation management value chain from simply mitigating risk and cost to creating value.

“Information governance” was very much a response to a need that we all felt for a broader term than “records management.” Traditionally RM has very much been about compliance. But connecting information strategy to business value and organizational strategy requires a broader vision than that provided by “records management.”