Program-based RIM Solutions
Organizations often find that Records and Information Management (RIM) Programs can be administratively overwhelming and often lose momentum through a lack of project management, change management and a lack of budget forecasting.
Typically, records are not managed as 'assets'. A new approach to RIM by implementing methods such as Information Governance sees a rethinking by leadership regarding their approach to RIM Program implementations.
Stuart also works with his clients to create and implement 'Corporate Scanning Programs' and 'Paper Disposition Programs'. He creates policies, guidelines, manuals, checklists, training programs, and training certificates that allow clients to apply industry standards, best practices and Canadian legal precedence for their organizations scanning and disposition activities.
As a result, records created by these programs are admissible in court. Increased staff training levels support their ability to be 'an expert witness' and are able to testify in court as to the processes under which the records were created.