- IRCH History
Since 1984, Information Requirements Clearinghouse (IRCH) has been the leading supplier of software for records retention legal research. Through regular updates to its software subscription services, IRCH provides an up-to-the-minute legal research database, along with related software tools, empowering customers to develop their own industry-specific records retention schedules and policies.
Through long-established consulting subcontracts and custom consulting projects, IRCH provides consulting customers with custom retention schedules and specialized records risk analysis.
With over thirty years of leadership in the records retention field, IRCH has compiled the premiere proprietary legal research database on research related to record keeping, records retention, electronic discovery, and electronic information technologies.
Leadership in Retention Practices
IRCH provides market leading products and services that enable customers to reduce costs and risks through implementing legally-defensible records retention and destruction practices. Founded by Donald Skupsky in 1984, IRCH products and services are the Gold Standard in retention schedule development and maintenance.
While IRCH focuses on the application of law to records and information management programs, IRCH does not engage in the “practice of law.”
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High performance, low maintenance. That is why I rely on the Retention Manager™ program to develop records retention schedules for clients. The prime feature is the program’s structure to select, organize and apply record keeping regulations through legal groups to broad categories of records, or retention rules.
These rules are where legal requirements and business needs are key elements of the retention decision process. Rules are easy to keep current, they promote consistencies throughout the organization and they document defensible retention decisions.
Karen Sampson, Consultant and Author