Allow me to introduce you to Wendy McLain, Manager of Enterprise Content & Records Management at Valero. Valero is a publicly traded international oil and gas company, with revenue in the billions of dollars.
Wendy will be presenting at The AIIM Conference 2018. Her session is called "How We Learned to Love Event Based Retention: A Valero Energy Case Study in Records Management." I thought this would be a great time to catch up with Wendy and ask her some questions.
As Yogi supposedly once said, it's like deja vu all over again.
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