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Sandra E. Serkes, President & CEO of Valora Technologies Inc.
Ms. Serkes is a dynamic leader with an extensive background spanning over 20 years in software marketing, product management and corporate strategy, particularly in document processing, computer telephony and speech recognition. One of Valora's original founders, Ms. Serkes has been actively involved in Valora since its inception in 2000. Today, Ms. Serkes oversees Sales & Marketing, Finance & Administration, Operations, Engineering and Corporate Strategy.

A graduate of both Harvard Business School and MIT, Ms. Serkes is a frequent industry speaker and panelist. She is an active participant in the Women Presidents' Org., The Commonwealth Institute, the MIT Enterprise Forum, the Massachusetts Software Council and the Network of Harvard Alumnae. Ms. Serkes serves on the boards of several technology and service start-ups. Ms. Serkes was named a 2006 "Woman to Watch" by Women's Business Magazine.

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Valora Wins Key Information Governance Award

Valora Technologies Wins Key Information Governance Award for Second Year Running Finalist, IG Service Provider of the Year, 2017 BEDFORD, MA (USA) – October 10, 2017 - Valora Technologies, Inc. a leader in predictive analytics and AutoClassification for Information Governance, has been named 2017 Finalist for Information Governance Service Provider of the Year at the Information [...]

The Importance of Data Loss Prevention

“DLP” (Data Loss Prevention, also referred to as Data Leak Prevention), is a term referring to the use of technology to protect confidential data from being shared with unauthorized parties. DLP systems monitor data in use, at rest, and in motion, seeking to prevent data breaches in real time. DLP technology relies on [...]

March 20, 2017 Webinar Tomorrow’s Information Governance Planning the Path Forward

Industry leaders and experts Sandra Serkes, Founder, President & CEO of Valora Technologies and Nick Inglis, CIP, IGP, & President of the Information Coalition and Co-Founder of InfoGovCon as they outline and discuss planning the Information Governance path forward.  

Dec. 5, 2016: Valora Webinar – AutoClassification for InfoGov & Knowledge Management

AutoClassification for Information Governance & Knowledge Management. After this Webinar you will fully understand why AutoClassification is a much better option for large volumes of data, sensitive information, cost reduction and so much more! Real-world case scenarios presented with interactive Q&A with one of the leading Document Data Mining professionals in the industry, [...]

E-Discovery

Valora Technologies CEO Sandra Serkes and Relativity's David Horrigan discuss e-discovery and data analytics at the University of Florida EDRM Conference in April, 2016.

Why Information Governance is Eclipsing eDiscovery

Everywhere you look right now, Information Governance, “IG,” has taken center stage.  I have had the pleasure of speaking twice in a week on the topic – once to records managers at ARMA’s Northeast Regional Conference and once to litigators at McDermott’s Technology in the Law Symposium.  Why is IG so hot and [...]

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Sandra_SerkesSandra E. Serkes, President & CEO of Valora Technologies Inc.
Ms. Serkes is a dynamic leader with an extensive background spanning over 20 years in software marketing, product management and corporate strategy, particularly in document processing, computer telephony and speech recognition. One of Valora’s original founders, Ms. Serkes has been actively involved in Valora since its inception in 2000. Today, Ms. Serkes oversees Sales & Marketing, Finance & Administration, Operations, Engineering and Corporate Strategy.

A graduate of both Harvard Business School and MIT, Ms. Serkes is a frequent industry speaker and panelist. She is an active participant in the Women Presidents’ Org., The Commonwealth Institute, the MIT Enterprise Forum, the Massachusetts Software Council and the Network of Harvard Alumnae. Ms. Serkes serves on the boards of several technology and service start-ups. Ms. Serkes was named a 2006 “Woman to Watch” by Women’s Business Magazine.