January 2020 Tech Talk for Government

Is it just me, or does anyone else think of “20-20” vision when they say “2020”?  With not only a fresh year ahead but an entirely new decade, I want to ensure my vision for the future is clear and my hindsight is truly 20-20. Sometimes, though, that proves difficult. I don’t know about you, … Continue reading January 2020 Tech Talk for Government

January 2020 Tech Talk for Courts

Is it just me, or does anyone else think of “20-20” vision when they say “2020”?  Vince Hanson, Director of Business Development, ImageSoft With not only a fresh year ahead but an entirely new decade, I want to ensure my vision for the future is clear and my hindsight is truly 20-20. Sometimes, though, that proves … Continue reading January 2020 Tech Talk for Courts

Once Upon a Time in SoHo, London: Eradicating Cholera and the Story of GIS

Authored by Paul Gorman, ImageSoft Account Executive The Most Famous Person You’ve Never Heard Of  Dr. John Snow was born March 15, 1813, in the City of York, in the United Kingdom. Dr. John Snow is the most famous person you have never heard of.  He was an innovator and inventor of anesthesia, advocating for chloroform instead of ether, but he is most famous for eradicating the Cholera … Continue reading Once Upon a Time in SoHo, London: Eradicating Cholera and the Story of GIS

January 2020 Tech Talk for Insurers

Is it just me, or does anyone else think of “20-20” vision when they say “2020”?  With not only a fresh year ahead but an entirely new decade, I want to ensure my vision for the future is clear and my hindsight is truly 20-20. Sometimes, though, that proves difficult. I don’t know about you, but my … Continue reading January 2020 Tech Talk for Insurers

It’s 2020 and Pagers Don’t Text

Initially, this blog was going to be opened by quoting the numerous dry-humored 2020 internet memes floating about, such as “We are not Barbara Walters, but this is 2020,” but we figured that’s too expected of us. You’re welcome.  In all truthfulness, though, it is the year 2020. Sounds like the Jetsons should be flying … Continue reading It’s 2020 and Pagers Don’t Text

The Value of a Signature Solution. eSignature, That Is.

Authored by Paul Gorman, ImageSoft Account Executive  There are not many IT activities as pointless as making a process ‘paperless’ and then, at the end of the process, still printing a document so that you can get a wet signature on the paper.  The benefits of paperless technology are to avoid time delays and the … Continue reading The Value of a Signature Solution. eSignature, That Is.

The Decade Challenge: ImageSoft Style

Authored by Dave Hawkins, ImageSoft CEO  As we countdown to 2020, social media is aglow with people posting pictures of what they looked like a decade ago. When I think of where ImageSoft was in 2009, we’ve certainly come a long way. It was around that time that our President, Scott Bade, had the visionary … Continue reading The Decade Challenge: ImageSoft Style

Interning with ImageSoft – The Cristo Rey Experience

Do you remember your first internship, or first experience in a professional environment?   Just thinking back on that day probably invokes some anxious feelings – you had no idea what or where you were walking into. Now imagine that experience as your 14-year-old self! Most high school students, especially freshmen, aren’t thinking beyond their day-to-day … Continue reading Interning with ImageSoft – The Cristo Rey Experience

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

We’ve come to the end of our 7-part series for insurers 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 7: Optimizing … Continue reading 7 Reasons Why ECM Is the Answer for Insurers – Part 7

Plating Thanksgiving Dinner: Component Style

Savory green bean casserole. Cranberry sauce. Gravy boats. And who could forget that freshly basted turkey? Remember to save room for pie – there’s bound to be pumpkin, apple and maybe even pecan.    Whether you’re wondering how all this food will fit on your countertops or just on your plate, we’re all wondering how to … Continue reading Plating Thanksgiving Dinner: Component Style