ARMA Chapter Meeting held at PTFS Headquarters
North Bethesda, MD, October 10, 2014- The Metropolitan Maryland ARMA chapter meeting was held at Progressive Technology Federal System (PTFS) headquarters in Bethesda, Maryland. Members of ARMA Metro Maryland and PTFS employees enjoyed a relaxed evening in which both presentations and discussions focused on the challenges and solutions to the various aspects of records management. VP of Sales and Marketing for PTFS, Dan Quinn, and Executive Advisor and former Assistant Archivist and CIO, Ren Cahoon, led a presentation on a “Whole Systems Approach” while Executive Director of LibLime, Patrick Jones, gave a demonstration on Digital Library Systems (DLS).
About Metropolitan Maryland ARMA Chapter
The Metropolitan Maryland Chapter of ARMA is committed to providing educational and networking opportunities, exchanging ideas and concerns, and expanding their abilities to contribute to the successful operation of their organizations and businesses. The overall goal of this organization is to enhance the knowledge of information professionals and to keep them up to date on state of the art developments.
ARMA is the acronym for the Association of Records Managers and Administrators. ARMA, established in 1955 is a not-for-profit professional association that serves to equip professionals with the resources needed for information governance competence, and to heighten awareness on how critical it is to the success of organizations to govern information properly. Today, ARMA has over 27,000 members all ranging in professions from records managers, information governance professionals, to archivists, and corporate librarians. To learn more about ARMA and what they can do for you, visit their website at http://www.arma.org/.
PTFS has been a leading Enterprise Content Management (ECM) provider to Federal, Civilian, Defense, and Intelligence agencies since 1995. ArchivalWare, PTFS's flagship ECM application, is an entirely Web-based product best known for providing geospatial, FOIA & declassification, database integration, and digital library solutions. PTFS prides itself in developing easy-to-use state-of-the-art COTS tools and custom technologies. For more information, see http://liblime.com or http://ptfs.com or http://archivalware.net.