ARMA Hawai`i’s Annual Full-Day Seminar:
Everything Electronic Records Management (ERM)
Do you have the daunting task of transitioning your organization’s records from paper to electronic? Howard Loos of BYU will be joining us as he presents a series of topics in Electronic Records Management (ERM) at our chapter’s annual full-day seminar. Topics include: Essential Elements for Establishing an Electronic Records Management Program, Transitioning from Paper to Electronic Records, Establishing Organizational Governance, Navigating the Challenges of Social Media…and more. Don’t miss out on this opportunity and register today!
Howard Loos, CRM, IGP, has more than 20 years of experience in the field of Records and Information Management (RIM). During most of those years, Howard worked as a consultant in the Financial, Manufacturing, Oil & Gas and Technology industries, as well as Education and Government. His specialties include strategy development, RIM program development, organizational governance, requirements gathering and software implementation. More recently, Howard has lead RIM Program Development teams and SharePoint implementations. Howard attended the University of North Dakota, where he received his bachelor degree, majoring in both Business Administration and Records and Information Management. He later received an MBA from the same university. Howard is currently serving as the Director of Records and Information Management at Brigham Young University and as the ICRM Mentor Coordinator.
What: Electronic Records Management (full-day seminar)
Cost: Members: $90.00
*Breakfast & Lunch provided*
*Accepted payments: PayPal (3% fee added for credit/
debit card payments), check through mail, or cash/check
payment on day of meeting.
When: Wednesday, May 10, 2017
8:00 am – 4:30 pm
Where: First Hawaiian Bank Center
6th Flr – Po’okela Room NO REFUNDS AFTER MAY 3rd
999 Bishop Street
Honolulu, HI 96813
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RSVP: By Monday, May 8th, 2017