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The AIIM Information Certification

As we prepare for the launch of the Information Certification I thought I'd share some background on where we are and how we got here...We first offered a certificate program, the ECM Practitioner, in 2002

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New Information Management Certification

More than 20,000 professionals have attended the AIIM Certificate Programs covering various aspects of content, records and process management, and the certificate programs provide you with a thorough understanding of a specific topic. AIIM is now taking the bold step of introducing a new information management certification for IT and information professionals

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Experts needed to develop new information management certification!

We have already several experts willing to help us on a number of topics, but would like some more experts for the below topics for an in-person workshop in Baltimore Tuesday, May 3, through Thursday, May 5; Digital Rights Management Mobile applications Text analytics Business intelligence Cloud computing Telecommuting support E-discovery Email archiving Security Those who participate in development of the examination will be allowed to take the certification exam at no cost. Participants and their organizations will also receive recognition on the AIIM website for their role in helping to shape the inaugural AIIM information management certification

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Are you T-Shaped?

As I have discussed in previous posts, one of the most common questions I get about the Information Certification is, "Does the Information Certification compete with [insert credential here]?" This is especially true for three credentials today: the CompTIA CDIA+ certification, the AIIM Certificate Programs, and the Institute for Certified Records Managers' Certified Records Manager (CRM) certification

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Why Vendor Should Support AIIM's CIP Program

CIP Cuts Internal Training Costs Having CIP certification means that the individual already understands the basics of being a Certified Information Professional

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