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Biographical Information

Karen Strong


Karen V. Strong is president of Clarity, Inc. and the Clarity Document Management Institute (Clarity DMI), an Austin-based consulting and education firm specializing in innovative approaches to enterprise document content management. Ms. Strong developed the Enterprise Profiling strategy and led the design of the EDMS Profiler application. Clarity is currently working with several firms, including multi-national organizations, to implement enterprise document and records management solutions based on the Enterprise Profiling strategy.

Ms. Strong has worked with organizations in Banking/Finance, Insurance, Manufacturing, Health Care, Education, Government, Legal/Professional Services, and Utilities throughout the United States. She is a featured speaker at local, regional, and national forums. Ms. Strong has received extensive public speaking training and is consistently rated as "Excellent" on evaluation forms completed at seminar sessions.

Ms. Strong is author and presenter of Successful Document Management: A Structured Approach which is an educational video program produced by the Clarity Document Management Institute. Ms. Strong is also author of a white paper, Managing Documents Across the Enterprise: Fact or Fiction?, published by AIIM International.

Ms. Strong has an educational background in Marketing, Finance, and Organizational Behavior with a B.S. from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio and an M.B.A. from the University of Chicago. She has received the Master of Information Technology (MIT) and Laureate of Information Technology (LIT) designations from AIIM International. Ms. Strong is a member of AIIM International, ARMA International, and the Project Management Institute.

Articles by Karen Strong

Enterprise Profiling

Web marketing boosts DIM sales - The World Wide Web is changing the way sales are generated

Insurance industry uses Web-enabled DM to stay competitive - the internet is changing the info-intense market