Reason for A Concrete Records Management System

Lack of efficient records management is likened to having a disorganized but brilliant brain in a dead body; it is no good at all.  Record management is a key management function that can make or break an organisation. It improves efficiency, increases traceability and ensures regulatory compliance. It is paramount to ensuring that staff has easy access to information in the most cost effective way.

So, why have a concrete records management system?

A good records management system allows you to control the creation of new records for storage. It eliminates duplicate files and merges those in the same context for easy accessibility. It also sifts through the documents and only retains the important records and therefore reduces the need for huge storage space.

4th Customer Service, Communication, Mail and Records Management Workshop

4th Customer Service, Communication, Mail and Records Management Workshop

Records and Information Management East Africa (RIMEA) will hold a Customer Service, Communication, Mail and Records Management at the Lake Naivasha, Panorama Park, and Naivasha, Kenya from the 13th to 16th JUNE 2017 for Executive Secretaries, Mail Room Officers, Records Management Officers, Personal Assistants, Secretaries, Administration Officers, Office Clerks and Registry Clerks from both the private and public sector.

5th EDMS WORKSHOP: DIGITIZING RECORDS AND AUTOMATION OF PROCESSES & WORKFLOWS (22nd to 26th May 2017)

5th EDMS Workshop: Electronic Document Management Systems Workshop

Records and Information Management East Africa (RIMEA), the Eastern Africa premier and pioneer institution in records and information management development, training and research will hold an EDMS Workshop: Digitizing Records and Automation of Processes & Workflows from the 22nd to 26th May 2017 at the Lake Naivasha, Panorama Park, Naivasha, Kenya for Records Management Officers, Records Managers, Administration Officers, Information Scientists, ICT Managers, ICT Officers and Knowledge Managers from both the private and public sector.