Access Information Management to Exhibit at ARMA International’s 57th Annual Records Management Conference in Chicago

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The ARMA International Conference is the pre-eminent event for records management and information governance education

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Access Information Management, leading provider of records management storage and destruction services for hardcopy and electronic records is an exhibitor at the 57th Annual ARMA International Conference & Expo, to be held September 23-25, 2012, at McCormick Place in the heart of Chicago. ARMA International is the authority on information management.

An official ARMA Industry Member, event sponsor and long-time ARMA supporter at the local and national levels, Access is well positioned at the event and will showcase compliance-driven RIM (Records and Information Management) services, share client case studies and discuss RIM cost-reduction strategies; allowing organizations to reduce risk, cut costs and focus on their core business.

During the Expo on Sunday, September 23rd and Monday, September 24th, Access team members will be on hand to provide service information and address RIM questions. With an end-to-end RIM service offering and over 10,000 clients across the United States, Access is one of the fastest growing organizations in the RIM industry and was named to the Inc. 5000 list of America’s fastest-growing private companies for four consecutive years, from 2009 through 2012.

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About Access Information Management
Access Information Management is a leading records and information management (RIM) services provider and trusted partner to clients spanning multiple industries and geographies throughout the United States. Access offers a complete suite of RIM services including records management, secure destruction, data protection (electronic computer media) and Digital Access Solutions. Access services allow clients to focus on their core business while reducing the costs and risks associated with document retention, management and final disposition.

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