How are you adapting to the shift of everything going digital and online for your business? The process of transforming your business from paper-focused to digital-first can be challenging. Without a well thought out strategy and a reliable partner, your digital transformation journey can easily become a costly one.

Join Matt Hillery, CTO of Access, and Harold Westervelt, CEO of FileTrail for a discussion on bringing your records program into the digital-first world. They’ll review:

  • How to evolve the management of legacy records and apps
  • Why you don't have to scan everything
  • Improving compliance and saving money with automation
  • What to look for when choosing a partner in your digital journey

Whether your organization is just beginning their digital transformation journey or you’re looking for ways to improve your digital-first processes, this webinar is sure to be valuable!

Meet the Speakers:

With over 20 years of experience in executive level roles at financial services and software companies, Harold joined FileTrail in the fall of 2021 as CEO to promote continued excellence in product development and expansion into additional markets. Harold has an MBA in Finance from California State University, East Bay. He enjoys golfing, spending time with his wife and four children and splits his time between Austin, TX and Maryland.

Harold Westervelt
CEO | FileTrail

Matt leads digital strategy and the information management and governance solutions teams for Access. He is a dynamic technology strategist with over 30 years of experience in enterprise software, professional services, and information management. Matt has served in key technical, management, and executive roles within large corporations and several technology start-ups. Prior to joining Access, Matt was the founding CTO for an industry-leading, cloud-based information governance platform. Under his leadership, the platform was acquired by a global public company where he helped scale the technology across the customer base.

— Matt Hillery
CTO | Access