MER Sapient x ZL Technologies
Jess Harman, Records and Information Management Supervisor, Phillips 66
Sam Fossett, Information Governance Specialist, ZL Technologies
Records Management is a tale as old as time. File Analysis is a newer theme. Organizations tend to view the two as separate initiatives, but should they? Our webinar dives into the differences between the two initiatives, how they’re both addressing the same issue, and how to leverage both within your organization.
Watch the recording of the webinar here.
About Jess Harman
Jess Harman is a Records and Information Management Supervisor at Phillips 66. She is currently supporting Global Marketing’s Information Management strategy for Phillips 66; which includes management of the information lifecycle. Her goal is to create a new approach to Information Management so that it’s transparent to daily work activities and seamless for their business users. She believes, “It’s vital that we sow seeds of success and not a corporate crisis”.
Jess earned her Information Management Graduate Diploma and her Master of Information Management (MIM) from Dalhousie University. Her certifications include Emergency Medical Responder, The Generally Accepted Recordkeeping Principles Certificate, CRM (Certified Records Manager), and CIP (Certified Information Professional). She is also a professional member of Association for Information and Image Management (AIIM) International, Association of Records Managers and Administrators (ARMA) Houston, ARMA International, a past president of ARMA Tulsa, and an Advisory Board Member for Document Strategy Forum.
About Sam Fossett
Sam Fossett is an Information Governance specialist at ZL Technologies focused on revitalizing Fortune 500 companies’ data management strategies. By leveraging knowledge of day-to-day end-user experience and presenting insightful improvements to executives, Sam helps leading companies unlock the full power of their information.
Sam earned his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Corporate Strategy from Vanderbilt University. He is currently a member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP).