USIS|LABAT to Showcase at AIIM Expo

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USIS|LABAT will demonstrate its offerings of information management services at the upcoming Association for Information and Image Management International Conference & Expo@ Info360 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C.

Between March 21-24, representatives from USIS|LABAT will be on-site in booth 1034 to provide information about the firm’s e-records management services, secure digitization, web-hosting platform, and litigation support services.

The firm’s array of services — from records management and web hosting to e-Discovery and secure digitization — means federal clients have a solution provider who understands both the overall picture and the day-to-day challenges they face, said Erik Monsen, director of records management solutions, USIS | LABAT.

“It also means our clients have access to consultants at every stage of the records management lifecycle and are always ready to take their program to the next level,” he added.

Info360 is an annual conference hosted by AIIM for professionals in the information management community to share best practices, exchange ideas and network. This year’s speaker lineup includes executives from firms such as Oracle, Cisco, Drupal, Lockheed Martin and CGI, presenting on topics such as cloud computing, social media and networking, application development, electronic records management, and information governance.

 

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