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Solving the Ultimate InfoGov Challenge…Classification
Content classification is hard. Everyone wants to automate classification to keep up with rapidly increasing information volumes, but that's easier said than done! We're faced with several challenges including the number of categories, overlapping categories, training set size, availability of training sets, availability of Subject Matter Experts...

How can you overcome these hurdles and make your way to a finish line resembling a faster, more accurate method of classification? Tune in for insights from ActiveNav's SVP of Global Accounts, Steve Matthews and Iron Mountain's Managing Director of Professional Services, Gary Rylander - both experts in the field, with years of experience guiding organizations to that same finish line.

During this webinar, you'll learn about:
- How to tackle the challenges facing records classification
- How to get started with rules-based classification
- Real-life case studies and lessons learned

Dec 8, 2020 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Steve Matthews
Senior Vice President, Global Accounts @ActiveNav
As Senior Vice President, Global Accounts at ActiveNav, Steve Matthews is seen as both a trusted advisor to clients and an expert in the information governance field. With over 20 years of experience in sales and go-to-market strategy in the software industry, Steve combines a rare mix of business requirements, technical knowhow and information management and governance expertise. During Steve’s career with ActiveNav he has directly overseen, or been closely involved with, the roll-out of its solutions across more than one hundred customers.
Gary Rylander
Managing Director of Professional Services @Iron Mountain
Gary Rylander is the Managing Director of Professional Services for Iron Mountain. Included in his responsibilities is managing the Information Management Practice which selects and implements Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning tools Iron Mountain uses to apply information governance policies to information. Gary has more than 25 years of experience leading engagements in records management, eDiscovery, risk, compliance, business process management and enterprise content management, most of it in financial services, including banking, insurance and capital markets. He has deep skills in leveraging technology to redesign business processes resulting in shorter cycle times, reduced errors and lower costs. He is particularly skilled working with large, diverse organizations with significant problems requiring solutions that must be built in stages while realizing benefits at each stage. Gary has more than 15 years of experience implementing AI/ML technologies.