Topic: King County’s Electronic Records Management System Migration Project
Tuesday, September, 10, 2019 / 12:00pm - 1:30pm
PDX Airport Conference Center, Umatilla Room
Members $10 / Non-Members $15
See the Conference Center Map for directions from the parking garage. The Conference Center is located above the Clocktower Plaza. Check in at the Conference Center desk to have your parking ticket validated and get directions to the room.
The presentation will be about King County’s electronic records management system migration project, which has been ongoing since 2017. The major project includes the migration of 15 million electronic records, 100,000 box entries and 2,600 end users from the obsolete Autonomy Records Manager system to MicroFocus Content Manager (aka TRIM). King County has taken many steps to achieve success with the project, including, but not limited to: planning and research, current system cleanup, collaboration with IT And other stakeholders, change management, and training. This presentation will focus on all of these steps, and also discuss various technical considerations and lessons learned.
Ryan Wadleigh is a Business Systems Analyst for the King County Records Management Program in Seattle, Washington. His primary role in that position is currently as serving as the business lead for the County’s electronic records management system migration project. He has been with King County for 13 years and his background is in archives. He worked at the King County Archives from 2006-2013 and has been at King County Records Management since 2013. He has a Master of Archives and Records Administration (MARA) degree from San Jose State University.
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