BR founder and CEO John Martin will be making a presentation on “Classifying Documents and Combining Silos with Visual Classification,” at the Greater Kansas City ARMA meeting on September 10, 2014, at 11:30 AM, at Hereford House, 5001 Town Center Drive,Leawood, KS.
The course description: All information governance initiatives begin with and depend upon proper document classification. This presentation will explain how visual classification can be used to uniformly classify electronic and scanned paper documents across an entire enterprise – even documents with no text or poor text. The presentation will focus on how visual classification can consolidate numerous document collections or silos into single, unified collections, and how visual attribute extraction can identify data elements within specific classifications or clusters.
John’s previous ARMA presentations to the Richmond and Houston area chapters were very well received.
Handouts will include Document U blog postings on sampling to determine extent to which documents do not have sufficient associated text to manage with text-restricted tools, and to measure the extent to which documents have logical document boundary issues that may be interfering with an organization’s ability to index and analyze documents.
John Martin is a technologist and entrepreneur, and is founder and CEO of BeyondRecognition, LLC. He has been at the forefront of data conversion, migration and management for 25 years, and has been a testifying expert on e-discovery. His e-discovery development has resulted in a US patent, with more pending. He has a rare ability to explain how technology works and why that’s important for achieving specific organizational objectives.
John will be introduced by Jeff Johnson, Principal Consultant of Quantum (Leawood, KS). He is a testifying eDiscovery and computer forensics expert and leads the discovery aspect of complex, high-risk cases and regulatory investigations. He created the strategy framework, The Proportionality Triangle™, that enables IT and in-house counsel to form sound eDiscovery strategies. Jeff is a Certified Computer Examiner (CCE®, ISFCE).