While still being developed, MoReq2 will be a giant step forward in unifying records management software standards and practices across Europe. Once finalized, MoReq2 will give governments and corporations a single approach to managing their most important records, a daunting task for large organizations struggling with ever increasing stores of electronic information. For European corporations operating in multiple European countries, MoReq2 is particularly valuable because it will provide a single set of rules to follow for all of Europe.
Open Text’s records management experts recently participated in the industry’s most recent DLM-Forum meeting in Lisbon, Portugal, where experts in government archives and software vendors discussed the latest issues in furthering the development of MoReq2. Participants debated the best ways of implementing MoReq2, including a proposed testing regime and the governance framework for translation and localisation for each national jurisdiction. Vendors are expected to begin MoReq2 testing and certification next year.
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