Canada: First Canadian Chapter (Toronto and Ottawa, ON, Canada)

Welcome to AIIM First Canadian

We are AIIM First Canadian!


We're a community of Information Professionals who meet up regularly in both Toronto and Ontario.  Want to get in touch? We'd love to hear from you, please email us at membership@aiim.org

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AIIM First Canadian
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First Canadian Chapter

Latest Discussion Posts

  • Dear AIIM First Canadian Chapter Members Your Chapter Needs You! We are blessed with a very large and geographically dispersed chapter, this provides us as chapter members with both challenges and opportunities. For those of us on the chapter organizing ...

  • Good Morning Michelle, Hope all is well.  I would not know what to present in an AIIM regional meeting. I'm sure there are guidelines and suggestions.... but I would not know where to start. Cheers. r. ------------------------------ Gabrielle Spurlin ...

  • Hey there....!!! Good to hear from you again Rene. I have not heard of any Ottawa meetings perhaps we should start them. ;-) Michelle Nowlan Functional Applicaton Systems Manager (FASM), Business ...

Industry Blog

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  • In today's world, where the consumer is king, excellent customer experience is imperative for the success of your business. To achieve this, your data cannot be fragmented, redundant, obsolete, or inaccessible. Most organizations are currently dealing with more information than they can handle. This can be expensive as resources on storing, protecting, and securing information are costly. It’s...
  • Seven (yes, seven!) years ago, AIIM published “The Big Data Balancing Act - Too much yin and not enough yang?” The author of the report was none other than Nuxeo’s David Jones, who worked as a business analyst for AIIM at the time.