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Reader Favorites: Our most popular records management resources

Thursday, January 19, 2017

In this month’s roundup of popular resources, we address a few of the records management fundamentals. First up, we a have a white paper that exposes some of the myths … Continue reading


How to Successfully On-board 130,000 Acquired Loan Files

Thursday, January 12, 2017

For a top-20 U.S. bank, the acquisition of two smaller banks created a huge influx of mortgage and loan files. To integrate the acquired files into its existing operations, the … Continue reading


Best of 2016 Part 3: The Year’s Top RM Guides

Thursday, December 29, 2016

Today, we continue our four-part blog post looking at the top records management resources of 2016. So far we have covered the year’s top case studies and white papers. These … Continue reading


Best of 2016 Part 2: The Year’s Top White Papers

Thursday, December 22, 2016

In a four-part series, we are bringing you the top case studies, white papers, blog posts, videos, and guides – all chosen by your records management colleagues! In last week’s … Continue reading


Happy Holidays 2016 + a File Folder Craft

Thursday, December 8, 2016

As we approach the end of 2016, many organizations are looking at ways to improve their RIM programs, and this may include reducing paper. Whether you’re considering a transition to an electronic records management environment or simply going “paperlite,” you’re bound to end up with unused file folders and equipment. So what to you do with these unneeded supplies? While some of the more obvious answers may be recycle, donate or trash, we wanted to explore some more creative solutions. Continue reading


RIM in Banking: How to Make Your Loan Vault More Efficient – Part 2

Thursday, December 1, 2016

In last week’s blog post we introduced three best practices to make your loan vault more efficient: using a loan inventory management software tool, using the appropriate manila file folders, and color-coded file labels. This week, we follow that up with four more best practices. Continue reading