October was once again packed with conferences, from large international events to smaller regional and industry-specific seminars and roundtables. If there was one word that was thematic across all of these events this year, it was “disruption.”
At this year’s annual ARMA Live! Conference in Anaheim, we conducted an informal survey of the 300+ visitors to our booth, asking a single question: “What is your greatest information governance challenge today?” We received a variety of responses including:
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- How much will it cost you, both now and in the future?
- What are the tiers of partnership and what are the steps to full equity?
- Which covenants and policies are likely to affect you? e.g. pension, SMP, SPP, SSP etc.
- Does it match with your own goals and aspirations for the future?
- What are the implications throughout your career?
- What level of financial information about the firm is available to you?
- Profit share and extraction (see below)
- Who pays your tax and on what basis of earning?
At Quill, we’re dedicated to getting the job of cashiering right. You see, we’ve been supplying outsourced cashiering services for 20 years, half of our company’s life, and we’ve earned ourselves an enviable reputation as a market leader in cashiering based on our 100% accuracy rates. Demand for our services has grown year on year. That’s why we’re now the UK’s largest employer of outsourced cashiers.
Stuart Kaye, director & licensed conveyancer at Adams Kaye, understands the important role technology plays in running a compliant operation and delivering quality legal services. Having launched his boutique residential property law firm with fellow founding director, Paul Adams, earlier this year, Stuart’s mission is to offer personalised services blended with sophisticated IT.
This month, LPM magazine finds out what it takes to get your voice heard at board level.
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