Why choose InfoAccess Consulting Group Ltd.?

InfoAccess Consulting Group Ltd. has been in business since 1997, delivering solutions that meet specific client needs as they relate to information management initiatives. Projects span the full life cycle of records from creation to disposition and archival storage. InfoAccess Consulting Group is an independent consulting organization that has no affiliation with a particular product or solution. We are committed to identifying the best possible solution for each client, based on their unique needs. Through its participation in the Information Management Consortium, InfoAccess Consulting Group is able to offer the experience, expertise and staff to meet any project requirements.

Katherine Chornoboy CRM MBA MLS

Katherine Chornoboy CRM MBA MLS, is the president and senior consultant of InfoAccess Consulting Group Ltd. She is a results oriented, senior information management expert and advisor with over 25 years of experience delivering business specific solutions for large and small organizations. Her personal service approach allows her to ensure that the solutions recommended can be realistically implemented and maintained within your current environment while allowing for flexibility, technology solutions and future growth. Ms. Chornoboy is a consummate team player committed to working with your organization to solve problems and deliver effective results that balance the need for both information access and information governance. Her meticulous, professional approach supports her dedication to excellence and nurtures excellence in others. She is an energetic, animated and engaging speaker who is equally comfortable communicating with senior executives, large groups or individuals. Her public speaking engagements include the delivery of conference sessions, workshops and University of Toronto continuing education classes.

Ms. Chornoboy is a Certified Records Manager (CRM) and holds both a Master of Library Science degree and a Master of Business Administration degree. Her academic qualifications provide theoretical support to her practical experience in both the non-profit and for profit business sectors. The general business knowledge acquired through academic and project initiatives allow her to take a “big picture” view of organizational requirements.