Bruce Miller is a world leading expert on electronic recordkeeping. He is an independent consultant, an author, and an educator. Widely regarded as the inventor of modern electronic recordkeeping software, he founded Provenance Systems in 1989, where he pioneered ForeMost, the world’s first commercial electronic recordkeeping software, now owned by EMC/Documentum Corp. In 1997 he achieved the world’s first e-Records software certification against the US DoD 5015.2 standard, and has since presided over several successful 5015.2 certifications. He founded Tarian Software in 1999, where he developed the world’s first e-Records software engine for business software. That year he received ARMA Canada’s National Capital Region’s Ted Ferrier Award of Excellence for his contribution to the field of records management. Tarian was the first e-Records technology in the world to be certified against the revised 5015.2 June 2002 standard. In November 2002 Tarian was acquired by IBM, where Mr. Miller served for three years as IBM’s global e-Records Strategy and Business Development Executive. At IBM he was honoured as a Technical Leader, one of only 439 out of 360,000 IBM employees. Mr. Miller is the recipient of the prestigious 2003 Emmett Leahy Award, considered the highest international recognition given to professionals in the field of information and records management. He is currently authoring a book entitled “Implementing Electronic Recordkeeping Software – a Methodology for Success”, scheduled for publication in 2014. ARMA International has published his book entitled “Managing Records in Microsoft SharePoint 2010”. ARMA also hosts his educational web-based training videos on EDRMS implementation and Recordkeeping for SharePoint, available worldwide at arma.org. Bruce holds a Diploma in Electronics Engineering Technology, and a Masters in Business Administration from Queen’s University.
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