“Some documents are born digital; some rise to digital and some have digitization thrust upon them.” – Brian Quinn, Digital Disruptor

Digital Transformation has shifted from a competitive advantage to a competitive necessity. Utilizing technology to automate operational processes increases productivity, uncovers data driven insights and leads to a better customer experience.

Records and Information Management leaders are grabbing the opportunity to contribute to their company’s digital transformation by actively looking for ways to redefine and automate processes and shift to more agile electronic record types. They are developing digital strategies around documents that are born-digital as well as means of managing the translation of established paper into digital formats. These strategies play off advancements in data capture, OCR and meta data extraction to speed up the transition of paper to digital, increase accuracy and lessen administrative workloads.

Join us on May 31st for an Access presentation where we will explore actionable steps you can take to help drive towards successful digital transformation with your team and at your company.

Key takeaways:

  • Triggers RIM leaders should be looking for that indicate the time is right for getting on the transformation train.
  • Techniques to help you plot the journey for digital transformation in the Records and Information Management department.
  • Key elements of your transformation plan including:
    • The pros and cons for on-site and off-site imaging
    • How to tackle the “big back-file”
    • The importance of business process automation in managing digital documents

May 31st at 11am Pacific / 2pm Eastern


About the Speaker

Brian Quinn is Vice President of Digital Services at Access and a Certified Records Manager (CRM). He has spent over 9 years in the records and information management industry and has assisted numerous companies with their digital initiatives.  

Brian is passionate about helping clients identify outdated business processes, improve operating productivity, and build an information management framework that will scale with their company.