I used to be an Information Management consultant with Oracle, but I’m not any more. My focus has always been on the business issues rather than on the technical. I work with public and private sector clients in a variety of industries in North America and Europe. If you want to know more about me, feel free to view my profile on Linkedin.
My job is to provide solutions, not documentation. I believe that information is a valuable asset and my goal is to help organizations leverage its full potential. Risk and compliance are real fears, however, I focus on the value and benefits of information management; I don’t let fear take over.
In addition to my consulting work I actively, but quietly, support AIIM (I’m an AIIM Ambassador) and ARMA Canada (I’ve co-presented and presented a few times). I am a firm believer in the value of AIIM training (I currently have three Master certifications) and actively encourage clients and colleagues to join AIIM, take appropriate training, and take advantage of the various AIIM resources that are available.
This blog is where I will express myself on Information Management related topics. I will occasionally write about non-IM related topics if something inspires me to do so (it’ll usually be something in the news or my personal life that sets me off). I don’t claim to be an expert, nor filled with original thoughts; I just hope that what I write makes sense to some and provides something to think about, discuss, or take action on.