We are proud to announce this year’s Information Management and Records’ Automation Conference (IMRAC 2017).

IMRAC2017 is a rich discussion on Information Security and Digitization attended by stakeholders in the ICT and Records sector from the region. Records and Information Management East Africa (RIMEA) Ltd host the two-day conference annually in partnership with industry vendors.  This year, we meet at the Safari Park hotel, Nairobi from the 27th to the 28th of April to discuss Virtualization, Storage, Information security, Infrastructure and Document Management System.

Automated records are the fuel to steering the digital records ship in every organization. Do you want to go paperless? Have you already gone paperless? If you live in 2017 and in this emerging economy then the answer to both questions is a resounding YES. The paperless records movement is not devoid of its issues- How do we ensure our information is secure? Is it prone to

IMRAC 2017

Information Management and Records Automation Conference 2017

IMRAC2017– RIMEA in partnership with local vendors in Information Management and Document Management Systems will hold a two days Senior ICT and Records Managers Conference in Nairobi. The Conference covers Infrastructure, Information Security, Storage, Virtualization and Document Management Systems,with the main part being the vendor presentation on their solutions and a high level panel discussion on the systems.

Vendor Registration form

The event will be held at the Safari Club Hotel on the 27th and 28th April 2017.

3RD EDMS Workshop: Digitizing Records and Automation of Processes & Workflows

2017 to deliver 4 major conferences in Record, Knowledge and Library Management

I start by reminding ourselves “Information is power. The secreting or hoarding of knowledge or information may be an act of tyranny camouflaged as humility. The control of information is something the elite always does, particularly in a despotic form of government. Information, knowledge, is power.”

in 2016, RIMEA was able to hold 34 workshops and training covering the fields of records management, physical archiving, electronic document management systems, knowledge management and library management, in total hosting 1,200 participants across the private and government sector.