Topics: AIIM

  • Are Banks' Legal Costs 25% Higher Than They Need to Be?January 19, 2012New research from a Viewpointe-sponsored AIIM report reveals that without a comprehensive records management system in place, financial institutions may be exposed to costly and potentially damaging legal action due to their limited ability to identify and
  • There’s a Business Case (Maybe) for Social Networking SitesSeptember 08, 2009Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and other social networking sites can be fun and distracting -- but as more users of all age groups start to explore business uses for these sites, banks and other businesses are starting to take them more seriously.
  • New E-Discovery Rules Pose Challenges for BanksFebruary 26, 2007Banks need to focus on putting policies in place to govern electronic information, say experts.
  • Study: ECM and BPM Not Understood January 29, 2005Banks fail to realize technologies' full potential.
  • Knowledge Is Power August 04, 2004The recipe for successful enterprise content management (ECM) can include all sorts of ingredients to capture, store and retrieve documents.
  • Association/Trade Show UpdateNovember 02, 2001AIIM unveils its conference and exposition plans for 2002; Financial Fusion, SWIFT and Sun Microsystems to hold seminar on FIX; NACHA calls for submissions from ACH network participants for the 2nd Annual ACH Quality Awards.
  • TRADE SHOW / ASSOCIATION UPDATEJune 15, 2001SWIFT extends membership to insurance companies and creates new membership category; AIIM names Reynolds C. Bish vice chairman of its Board of Directors; Risk Management Association appoints Maurice H. Hartigan president and CEO.
  • TRADE SHOW / ASSOCIATION UPDATEJune 01, 2001SWIFT launches Transaction Watch to reduce the cost of cross border transactions; AIIM appoints Cliff Sink of IKON chairman of the board; NCR outlines itinerary for its annual Conference & Technology Expo.
  • Trade Show/Association UpdateApril 11, 2001AIIM 2001 offer a broad mix of imaging vendors and programs; Capital One joins NACHA.