Two weeks, two notable announcements from IPRO! Today, IPRO announced that renowned Information Governance expert Nick Inglis has joined as Director of Information Governance. Inglis was previously the Executive Director, Content & Programming at ARMA International, directing all thought leadership from the leading association in the records management and information governance space.
Inglis joined ARMA through its acquisition of the Information Coalition and Information Governance Conference which he co-founded and led. Nick is the author of INFORMATION: The Comprehensive Overview of the Information Profession (available here at ARMA Publications). His thought leadership articles have been widely featured in U.S. News & World Report, Yahoo! Finance, CMSWire, and others. Before his work at the Information Coalition, Nick served as the Director of Professional Development at AIIM, the Association for Intelligent Information Management.
Having spent the past 15 years defining and codifying best practices in Information Governance (IG), Nick now will serve in a client-facing role to help corporations, law firms, ASPs, and government agencies understand and improve the maturity level of their IG programs. He will focus on building fast time-to-value processes for IG as well as its ties to eDiscovery—all powered by IPRO’s industry-leading software. Nick’s extensive industry expertise will also serve as an input to the continuing evolution of IPRO’s IG and eDiscovery solution platform.
When not adding to his deep industry certifications (CIP, IGP, INFO, ERM, SharePoint, BPM, E2.0, ECM, IMCP), he is more than likely busy hosting his highly anticipated podcast at InfoGov.net, which is launching soon.
On the heels of IPRO’s acquisition of NetGovern last July, this move illustrates IPRO’s commitment to being a force in the InfoGov space. Congrats to IPRO for adding such well-respected thought leader in the industry!
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