Two for One Click

“Let’s take a look at the BlogCast page!” said Lisa, our Marketing Operations Specialist, during an, obviously, very serious website meeting. The team busted into laughter at the unintentional mash-up title of what would be our blog and podcast webpage, but we haven’t since been able to shake the term of endearment. So today, we’d … Continue reading Two for One Click

7 Reasons Why ECM Is the Answer for Insurers

Insurers may be asking, why should we consider Enterprise Content Management (ECM) when we already have an (albeit old and patched and inefficient and unsecured and siloed, and, and, and) imaging system or a document management system (from the 90s)? We’ll answer that question in our 7-part series: 7 Reasons Why ECM is the Answer … Continue reading 7 Reasons Why ECM Is the Answer for Insurers

Don’t Build Your Highway Without an On-Ramp: Electronic Forms and Process Automation

Authored by Carolyn Kane, Product Evangelist at Hyland Imagine designing a super-highway that moves vehicles at top speed through rough terrain, eliminates bottlenecks and traffic jams, and improves the day-to-day efficiency of residents and businesses. Now imagine that you designed this super-speed highway, but you didn’t include a way for people to access it. Your … Continue reading Don’t Build Your Highway Without an On-Ramp: Electronic Forms and Process Automation

Keep Calm: The Court Clerk Uses CaseShare to Handle It

“Keep calm” is probably the least comforting phrase to any court clerk trying to ascend a case to the higher, or Appellate, courts. And rightfully so – there are custom requirements to be met, volumes to be assembled, files to be named and pages to be ordered, signed, sealed and delivered. Even after that laborious … Continue reading Keep Calm: The Court Clerk Uses CaseShare to Handle It

Jeopardy Abbreviations for Insurers

To celebrate the 35th anniversary of the Jeopardy game show, let’s play the category of Abbreviations for Insurers. Me: Let’s start with Abbreviations for Insurers for $200, Alex. Alex: The answer is: ECM Me: What is Enterprise Content Management? Insurers were among the early adopters of imaging and related software, but today many of those … Continue reading Jeopardy Abbreviations for Insurers

Are You a Firewall to Your Own Success?

We probably found this funnier than we should have, but we’re a software company – what do you expect? Whether you identify with the fax-fanatic or the defeated presenter, hopefully you also found some humor in this. As a paperless organization, it’s intuitive for us to type notes that are automatically backed in a cloud, … Continue reading Are You a Firewall to Your Own Success?

Big Name Break-Ups

Have you seen the new movie Stan & Ollie? Trailers and previews hint at betrayal and disharmony behind the beloved façade of the iconic comedy duo. It’s the same story with other big-name celebrity duos hit hard by public breakups: Lewis and Martin, Sonny and Cher, Simon and Garfunkel, McCartney and Lennon, Mario Impemba and … Continue reading Big Name Break-Ups

From Crime to Courtroom: Multi-media Integrity

In a recent article from “Police Chief,” video evidence is described as the “silent witness that speaks for itself,” and that’s nothing but the truth. With the video, images, audio and metadata needed to playback crime scenes, it’s critical that multi-media evidence can be unmistakably seen and heard by the entire courtroom. Many organizations, homeowners … Continue reading From Crime to Courtroom: Multi-media Integrity

Weathering Shallow Roots

If you’ve ever taken a stroll through a woodsy path, you’ve probably been over towered by some pretty time-worn trees. And if you’ve endured a heavy wind storm, you’ve probably seen some neighbors’ trees come towering down. So why is it that certain trees can weather years’ worth of wind, storms and other natural disturbances … Continue reading Weathering Shallow Roots

If Velocity Were A Bumper Sticker

Forest P. Gill is credited with inventing the bumper sticker in the late 1940s after the screen printer found himself with an oversupply of adhesive-backed stickers and fluorescent paint following World War II. Sources can’t verify what exactly it said (if anything), but it’s sad to think he missed the trademark “Run, Forest, Run!” At … Continue reading If Velocity Were A Bumper Sticker