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Records-Storage Management Company 'Fileman' Signs 500th Client

File Managers Inc. (Fileman) recently signed its 500th records and information management services client.

File Managers Inc. (Fileman) recently signed its 500th records and information management (RIM) services client.

Last week, the company signed its first customer from mainland China. The new commercial-records center begins services in Beijing and will add several other cities within The Peoples Republic of China during the next few years.

For the past 33 years, Cary McGovern, owner and principal consultant of Fileman, has worked with clients from 38 countries on six continents to create and deliver RIM training programs, industry best-business practices, skills, tools and resources.

FileMan has provided education for commercial-records center startups, sales management and sales training, facilities revenue improvement assessments, and dozens of specific services for its clients. These include sales-closing assistance, proposal writing and answering, commercial-records center pricing and bundling strategy, customer relationship strategy, and ongoing coaching and mentoring services as well as other specific engagements.

FileMan is actively involved in several industry organizations including PRISM, ARMA International, and the Association for Information and Image Management. McGovern has written and published more than 200 articles in dozens of publications, and frequently addresses RIM subjects on several blogs and hosts his own blog at

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