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Gimmal at ARMA International InfoCon 2019

Once a year, members in the records management community come together for ARMA’s annual conference to discuss the latest advancements and best practices for modern information managers.  ARMA, the global authority of information management and governance, hosted this year’s conference, ARMA InfoCon, in Nashville, TN. While attendees were not in the typical “record” industry that Nashville is known for, the location called for a great mix of music and information management knowledge.  

Gimmal was proud to be among the list of exhibitors at ARMA InfoCon 2019.  During the conference, Engineer, Russ Savee, demonstrated the benefits of in-place records management.  He also showcased how the capabilities of Gimmal Records Management can solve the everyday problems that information managers face today.   

ARMA 2019  GimmalOne lucky winner even left with Gimmal’s giveaway: a Nintendo Switch and 2 consultation hours with the company’s Client Success Team.  

In addition to the exhibition, Gimmal Founder, Mike Aslup, was inducted as an ARMA Fellow during a keynote ceremony.  Mike is one of two individuals who hold of the title of both ARMA International Fellow and AIIM International Fellow. 

If you were unable to visit us at ARMA InfoCon this year and would like to see a custom demonstration of Gimmal’s in-place records managementyou can contact a Gimmal representative here 

By Shaina Horka

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