Howard Gross founded eBizDocs in 2000 after many years working in records management, both as user and a consultant. During this time, he served as the Operations Manager for a Top 10 Insurance company and Project Manager for a regional electronic records management (ERM) firm. You could say he was destined to be a records management expert as his middle name is “Fileman.”*
Mr. Gross was awarded the “Corporate Citizen Award” by the non-profit mentorship group, Best Buddies, for his outstanding commitment to empowering individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities through employment in the business community. He has been a featured speaker about issues related to recruiting qualified workers with disabilities on the PBS television program, New York Now, and on The Capitol Pressroom, a public radio broadcast. He has written numerous articles on content management (ECM), co-authored a section in a book on the greening of government related to paper reduction in government business, and is frequently quoted as a recognized imaging and records management expert in a variety of industry publications. Howard received a BS in Computer Science from Pace University and a MBA from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
Publications and Articles:
(Salkin, Patricia and Gross, Howard F., Paperless Government: Moving towards Sustainability (January 9, 2013).
The Public Lawyer (Winter 2013). Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2198705)
(capABILITY Magazine, The Center for Disabilities Services, Winter 2013, http://www.cfdsny.org/htmlweb/Capability_winter_2013_3)
Howard is married to Patricia Salkin and together they have 2 grown children, Sydney and Jordan. In addition to talking about paper reduction, Howard is an award winning BBQ competitor. Just ask him about smoke rings.
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