AIIM is offering 50% discount to previous students when they register for the new courses by 30th April 2009
AIIM, the ECM Association, has updated two of its flagship Certificate Programmes to reflect changes in the Enterprise Content Management (ECM) and Enterprise Records Management (ERM) sectors. The ECM and ERM Certificate Programmes now provide education on new, emerging best practices and technologies for managing information assets, having been updated using input from international industry experts, leading solution providers, consultants and analysts.
“Close to 10,000 IT, business and information managers have attended the AIIM Certificate Programmes over the last 3 years,” stated John Mancini, President of AIIM. “AIIM’s new and improved curriculum incorporates timely, relevant intelligence that helps businesses to contain costs, increase effectiveness and manage risk.”
AIIM’s Certificate Programmes are ideally suited to executives needing to answer three key content and records management questions:
• Has your organisation’s ability to document who does what, why and when, improved or worsened in the past 5 years?
• Can your organisation handle digital information and electronic records, or does the burgeoning influx of information diminish your organisational effectiveness?
• Can your staff and legal representatives locate electronic records on an ongoing, daily basis, not only when an emergency arises?
In addition to focussing on best practice strategies, standards and technologies for managing electronic information, both of the revised Certificate Programmes explain the significance and implications of new, emerging elements that influence the implementation, integration, execution and migration of ECM and ERM systems. In particular, the ECM Certificate Programme now features imaging and recognition; taxonomies and tagging; process improvement and automation; Web 2.0 and Enterprise 2.0; information governance and the open methodology MIKE2. The ERM Certificate Programme now incorporates new developments relating to Sharepoint, email capture and retention, MoReq2 and the impact of emerging content types such as wikis and blogs.
Atle Skjekkeland, Vice President of AIIM, recommends that students who have previously completed the Certificate Programmes should take this updated course to enhance their skills, build on the foundation laid by the previous courses and learn more about emerging best practices and technologies. “AIIM is offering 50% discount to previous students when they register for the new courses by 30th April 2009,” says Skjekkeland.
For full AIIM Certificate Programme details please visit www.aiim.org.uk/education, email email@example.com or call +44 (0) 1905 727600.
AIIM is the international community that provides education, research and best practices to help organisations find, control and optimise their information. www.aiim.org.uk
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