iManage Introduces Records Manager 10.0 for Unparalleled Simplicity and Control

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13 October 2017

iManagePowerful automated and web-based features help organisations manage physical and electronic assets for compliance.

iManage, the company dedicated to transforming how professionals work, today introduced iManage Records Manager 10.0, the newest version of its industry-leading Information Governance and Records Management solution. A new integration with iManage Work 10 and a complete redesign of its user interface gives attorneys a fully integrated and consistent user experience onto client-matter material, both electronic and physical, on any device and from anywhere.

iManage Records Manager, an industry leading product with over 500,000 users, provides a central interface with advanced capabilities to manage both physical and electronic content. Administrators can set governance policies, including trigger events, retention periods and disposition rules, as well monitor and enforce compliance on both records and non-records without introducing burden or overhead for today’s busy professional user.

“Like many other firms, we have been transitioning to electronic-based records-keeping,” said Ray Moore, IT Director, Higgs Fletcher & Mack. “In this transition we have seen the ongoing need to effectively manage physical files. It’s important for us to have a solution that not only manages electronic-based records but also can track the location and circulation of physical files in the office. The fact that we can use iManage Records Manager to manage the retention of both our physical files and electronic files stored within our DMS, all from one report, is a huge advantage. We really like the single-vendor, integrated approach that iManage offers.”

Additional features of iManage Records Manager 10.0 include:

  • Seamless Integration with iManage Work 10: Control risk by managing all iManage Work content in place. Nothing is taken out of iManage Work and stored somewhere else. This helps to reduce storage costs and increase user adoption because professionals know there is only once place to go to find the information they are searching.
  • Single Access for Electronic and Physical Records: Lawyers can work with both electronic and physical content through an intuitive browser based interface. 
  • Manage-in-place capability: Administrators can apply and action disposition policy onto electronic and physical client matter material consistently, regardless of location. Content no longer needs to be moved into the document management system in order to manage its disposition.

“iManage Records Manager 10.0 is a game changer for users that interact with electronic records and physical content,” said Ian Raine, Director of Product Management, iManage. “With this new release, users have a single solution to manage and interact with both types of content through a modern user interface. All these capabilities from a single vendor makes iManage Records Manager your only choice for managing content throughout its entire life-cycle.”

iManage will be demonstrating Records Manager 10.0 at this year’s ARMA L!VE Conference 2017, the premier event for records managers and information governance professionals, providing cutting-edge solutions to the challenges information governance professionals face today. The event takes place October 15-17 in Orlando, Flo. Conference participants can attend the iManage Solution Showcase Session, Information Governance “Must Haves” on Monday, October 16. Please visit iManage for additional details.

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