The First Information Management System

Authored by Paul Gorman, Account Executive, ImageSoft  While preparing a demonstration for a prospective client, I was researching the history of paper.  Dealing with paper and the effects it has on our ability to share information in modern business environments, such as in my experiences with government and especially Departments of Transportation, has consumed my … Continue reading The First Information Management System

They’re Creepy and They’re Kooky: The Addam’s Family “Courtroom” Values

Mysterious and spooky, and altogether ooky.   If you thought we were talking about disparate, legacy courtroom processes, we don’t blame you – but, really, we are talking about The Addam’s Family.   A Halloween staple for decades, the iconic Addam’s Family has again proven their timelessness by recently reviving seasonal spirits at the box office. Yet, … Continue reading They’re Creepy and They’re Kooky: The Addam’s Family “Courtroom” Values

So Long to Silos “DOT-ing” the Landscape

Authored by Paul Gorman, Account Executive, ImageSoft  The first modern silo, a wooden and upright one filled with grain, was invented and built in 1873 by Fred Hatch of McHenry County, Illinois.  Farm silos are designed to store silages and high-moisture grains that are used to feed livestock.  The primary function of a silo is … Continue reading So Long to Silos “DOT-ing” the Landscape

Episode 026: Using OnBase for Tracking HR Applicants

Tracking applicants for Human Resources is a challenge for organizations especially because it involves a broad matrix of people. How do you manage all the applicants and track all the interviews and stages of the process? Instead of using the typical Microsoft Outlook, Excel and pre-set cloud options, ImageSoft's recruiter, Christy Schultz and OnBase administrator, … Continue reading Episode 026: Using OnBase for Tracking HR Applicants

30 Miles of CommunityLIVE

Authored by Kevin Ledgister, Marketing Manager, ImageSoft  CommunityLIVE 2019, Hyland’s annual user conference, is in the books. My three days there accumulated about 30 miles of walking, including going outdoors in perfect weather to attend keynote sessions in the historic Cleveland Auditorium. No wonder my legs hurt so much after the conference. But I digress.  … Continue reading 30 Miles of CommunityLIVE

Breaking the Chain on Prisoner Transport Incidents

“The Michigan Department of Corrections is thanking a citizen for helping to prevent the escape of a prisoner who tried to grab an officer’s gun at I-69 rest stop Wednesday.”   Screenshot of the Detroit Free Press website . As in just a few Wednesdays ago. This recent Detroit news article is one of many that … Continue reading Breaking the Chain on Prisoner Transport Incidents

7 Reasons Why ECM Is the Answer for Insurers – Part 5

Have you been following our 7-part series of blogs for insurers all about ECM?   In this blog series, we’re looking at how enterprise content management brings modern technology to the insurance industry to streamline:   Content capture  Business process management (BPM) or workflow engine   Case management  Content management Integration with existing systems  Enterprise file sync and share (EFSS) Mobile access  Part … Continue reading 7 Reasons Why ECM Is the Answer for Insurers – Part 5

Episode 025: Eliminating the Junk from Government Records with Donnita Weeks, City of Bowling Green

With records that stretch back for decades, especially in larger cities, there just comes a point where the space to store it all simply runs out. So what do you do then? Donnita Weeks, senior systems analyst for the City of Bowling Green, Kentucky, is taking us through the steps of her city's digital decluttering - … Continue reading Episode 025: Eliminating the Junk from Government Records with Donnita Weeks, City of Bowling Green

Video Evidence: A Common Courtroom Trial

Authored by Brad Smith, Senior Justice Consultant, ImageSoft  Since I started supporting the justice community over 30 years ago, the evolution of the courtroom has been extraordinary and, in many ways, unforeseen. Of all the variables contributing to the modernization of the court process, technology continues to be the most significant influencer. Why? Because it’s … Continue reading Video Evidence: A Common Courtroom Trial