4 - 8 April 2005 -- AIIM Roadshow -- 25 per cent of UK companies not confident about accuracy of stored electronic information

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Industry association AIIM Europe has found that one in four UK companies are concerned that their electronic records may not be accurate, accessible and trustworthy. Less than 50 per cent feel sure that they would pass an audit.

The AIIM survey of over 300 organisations across financial services, manufacturing, healthcare, utilities, construction and government did show that 22 per cent are now deploying enterprise-wide information management projects. These companies intend to control content throughout their organisations in order to maintain their competitive positions and defend against the regulators.

AIIM suggests that company CIOs and line-of-business managers visit the AIIM Roadshow in April to learn how information and document management solutions could help their organisations meet the latest compliance regulations and improve process productivity.

The 2005 AIIM Roadshow will visit: London: April 4th, Bristol: 5th, Birmingham: 6th, Manchester: 7th, Glasgow 8th. Details at www.aiimroadshow.org.uk.

AIIM is the international association for Enterprise Content Management. It represents the Information Management community and supports the interests of users and suppliers of technologies and solutions used to capture, manage, store, preserve and deliver information.

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