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NPOV :Alabama Cooperative Extension System, written almost entirely by a news and public affairs employee at ACES, so needs some neutral eyes to give it a going-over to check for both neutrality, and layout/content inclusion, etc.
"notable enough" ... Yes. AIIM has about 9000 members. The association runs conferences, trade shows and educational programmes. AIIM is active in stadardization - AIIM hosts the ISO TC 171 committee, developped most microsform standards, the ISO 19005 PDF/A and the iECM standard, etc. In Europe AIIM runs the office and operation of the DLM Forum, resposnible for the European records management standard MoReq2. This should be enough relevance. Kff (talk) 13:17, 8 January 2009 (UTC)
There has been initially a longer text about AIIM, but it was deleted. Please have a look at the history. Kff (talk) 09:37, 12 January 2009 (UTC)
If AIIM was founded in 1943 and is the leading non-profit organization in the field of managing business information, how could it not be not be notable? For heaven's sake people. Ronz, correct me if I am wrong, but it sounds like you are concerned about the veracity of the article, not the notability of the organization. As a Wikipedia user, I was happy to find this article and more than a bit ticked off to have to dig into the history to find the meat of the article. I say restore it to its 1 February 2009 version (about 5,800 bytes instead of 1400 bytes). There is valuable and relevant information that should be made visible. I will restore it myself if no objections within a couple of weeks. 3dimen (talk) 05:43, 8 October 2011 (UTC)
I trimmed the article down to a stub because the article had been tagged as having no references since Jan 08, and tagged as an advertisement since Mar 08. If we have no independent, reliable sources to verify anything about the association, then we should refrain from expanding the article in ways that once again appear to be advertising. --Ronz (talk) 22:46, 15 January 2009 (UTC)
The content that had been added to the article was a blatant advert; not to mention a copyright violation as it was a straight cut and paste from AIIM's website. I've reverted the changes to purge the problematic text from the article. --- Barek (talk • contribs) - 22:19, 13 February 2009 (UTC)