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Early and Often

This free, one-hour webinar, presented by Gold Sponsor AccessData, will answer your questions about early data assessment & processing, with a focus on EDRM as a continual, iterative activity. Led by Apersee founders George Socha & Tom Gelbmann, “Early and Often” is sure to be an information-packed session.

The webinar was presented on May 30, 2012, from 1:00 to 2:00 pm Central.
Recorded May 30 2012 61 mins
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