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From the MER Conference 2012
Speaker: Bruce Miller
The first Electronic Recordkeeping software emerged in 1991.
The US DoD 5015.2 standard has been in place since 1997, and is now undergoing its third major revision.
Some 60+ product certifications against the standard have been granted to date.
Today approximately 20 different products remain certified. These products continue to be sold around the world.
Yet successful deployment is nowhere near expectations.
Hear Bruce's unique perspective as he reviews the successes and frustrations of the very technology he invented and has evangelized for two decades.
In this session, learn:
- Why we have failed to realize the promise of ERM software,
- What went wrong,
- What have we achieved,
- Where have we failed to meet expectations,
- Why do we still seem unable to make it work, and
- Where we are now.
Bruce will make the case that in order to achieve the adoption rates we expect, change will have to come from all four stakeholder groups:
- RIM practitioners,
- Software vendors,
- IT managers, and
- Business leadership.
Hear Bruce's compelling vision for a way-forward roadmap for a more successful electronic recordkeeping future.