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- Information Requirements Clearinghouse and Iron Mountain End Seventeen Year Partnership
Donald Skupsky, President and founder of Information Requirements Clearinghouse (IRCH), announced on March 24, 2015 that IRCH and Iron Mountain have terminated their 17-year professional relationship.
IRCH and Iron Mountain first began their partnership for records retention projects in 1997. For 17 years, Mr. Skupsky and IRCH provided knowledge and expertise to Iron Mountain’s consulting projects to deliver legally defensible retention schedules to their customers.
Mr. Skupsky stated, “This was a great working partnership in which we completed hundreds of records retention projects. We would be happy to provide updates and records retention services to customers wishing to continue with our proven, traditional approach to records retention.”
Mr. Skupsky founded Information Requirements Clearinghouse in 1984 with the goal of providing products and services to organizations in the area of records retention and legal requirements for business records. Through the only nationally recognized Records Retention Schedule development system, known simply as the “Skupsky Retention Method,” IRCH assists organizations to reduce costs and legal risks through legally defensible records retention schedules, supported by extensive legal research. Over the years, Mr. Skupsky has developed many of the principles now commonly accepted as standards in the records and information management field.
IRCH has been an innovator in the records management field for over 30 years. Its flagship software product, Retention Manager, represents the “gold standard” for developing and managing records retention schedules. Retention Wizard follows the same proven methodology for small and medium-size businesses. Our consulting services help organizations develop solutions for their custom records retention, legal research, and records management needs.
IRCH has the proven tools and approach to help an organization with its records management and information governance needs.