ARMA InfoCon 2019
October 21-23, 2019 | Nashville, TN | Booth #207
If you're attending the annual ARMA InfoCon 2019 in Nashville, we look forward to connecting with you at booth #207!
Our expert team is ready to share how other organizations are tacking their top information governance challenges - from bridging the solution gap between legacy paper and new digital records to successful migrations to modern, cloud-based systems. Learn about our recent projects with Princeton University, City of Detroit, and law firm McCarthy Tetrault. See why organizations use Infolinx records management software platform to:
- Replace and consolidate multiple legacy systems across multiple departments/locations
- Migrate and standardize data from multiple, disparate systems
- Automate workflows for retention, legal holds, and disposition processes
- Track on and offsite records, including files and boxes, plus automated request workflow
Conference Speakers & Thought Leaders: Share Your Insights on Our Podcast
Join us onsite at Booth #207 as we record our latest podcast episode! Our podcast 'Infolinx On The Record' presents relevant insights from industry thought leaders and real-life solutions to challenges facing information management professionals today.
We have a limited amount of times available, let us know if you'd like to share your voice on our upcoming podcast episode! Click the button below to view available times during the conference and book your spot:
Set up a 1:1 meeting at ARMA InfoCon
Make the most out of your conference experience - let us know if you'd like to set up some time to chat and a member of our team will be in touch with you soon.
More About ARMA InfoCon
ARMA InfoCon promises the latest insights and innovations in the next step of their carefully designed evolution of learning, helping attendees put “information in action”. ARMA InfoCon 2019, the profession’s premiere event, is designed and vetted by a diverse blend of information experts who not only know the latest best practices for leveraging and protecting information assets – but who develop and shape those best practices.