February Program Details: King County’s Major System Migration – Feb. 21 in Olympia

You’re invited to our February 21, 2018 Chapter program in Olympia, Washington. We’ll hear from Ryan Wadleigh from King County about the County’s major records management system migration. Register online today at www.pugetsoundarma.org.  

King County is in the midst of a major project to migrate a records management system. King County has been using an electronic records management system (ERMS) for nearly 10 years and achieved limited success during those years. For various reasons, the county chose to migrate from this outdated system to an enterprise content management system. The project officially began in 2017 and is still in underway. The migration affects over 12 million electronic records, over 100,000 boxes in storage and over 2,500 end users.

This presentation will explain the steps taken by King County Records Management to achieve success with this project, including, but not limited to: planning and research, current system cleanup, collaboration with IT and other stakeholders,  communications, training and overall change management.

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About our Speaker: Ryan Wadleigh is a records manager for King County, the 13th largest county in the country by population. He worked for 6 years at the King County Archives, followed by 4 years as a Records Analyst for the county’s Records Management Program. He is currently working as a Training Coordinator for the project to migrate the county’s records management system to an enterprise content management system. Ryan received his Master of Archives and Administration (MARA) degree from San Jose State University in 2013.