The cold temperatures have arrived and they’ve brought the stress of the holiday season with them. Sounds like a good time to hop a plane to sunny and simple Las Vegas, right? We think so too, which is why we do so every other year for the bi-annual eCourts Conference. 2018 eCourts Conference Presented by … Continue reading It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year – eCourts 2018!
As colder weather and feel-good movies draw us home, it’s easy to look around and reflect on “the why” of who we are and what we do – making memories with loved ones, embracing the stillness of nature, and finding ways to contribute to and be a part of both. With Thanksgiving fast approaching, almost … Continue reading Dear Component Model: We’re Thankful!
We’re excited to share this heart-felt guest blog courtesy of our friend and client Paul Ferguson, Clerk of the Circuit Court in Arlington, VA. When the Arlington Circuit Court decided to move from paper to electronic files in 2011, our first step was finding a technology partner that listened to our goals, could help us … Continue reading Thoughts of a Circuit Court Clerk
By: Steve Glisky, Practice Manager, ImageSoft The criminal justice system holds prosecutors and law enforcement officers to unique statutory responsibilities which, when not honored, can lead to misconduct and disciplinary action. The effort required to ensure these protocols are respected at times take a backseat to the daily grind of pushing stacks of paper files … Continue reading State Statutes Got You Stressed? Go Paperless
By: Katie Pusz, Copywriter, ImageSoft Unless you’re a part of the super cool, niche group of people that doesn’t talk much but, when you do, it’s about software, you probably don’t get too pumped up about the word “integration.” We, on the other hand, could talk about the transformative effects of powerfully integrative software until … Continue reading When Failed Integration Turns into Wrongful Incarceration
By: Katie Pusz, Copywriter, ImageSoft When you decide to roll out state-wide eFiling, you’ll start hearing a lot of E-words. “EFSP,” “EFM” and pretty much e-everything. Eeek, we know! Confusing as all the acronyms and terminology can be, being versed in this knowledge will be the difference between optimizing the most of your digital toolbox … Continue reading A Crash Course: EFSPs and EFMs Explained the ImageSoft Way
Voters in Oakland County, MI stepped up to the ballot in unprecedented numbers for the state’s 2018 primary elections. While so many voices symbolized a vote of confidence from the people, their strength in numbers revealed a weakness in the overall voting strategy: paper dependency. As Michigan’s second largest county, Oakland County experienced an unforeseen … Continue reading Oakland County’s Oops: Paper Polls Interrupt Michigan’s Primary Elections
It was 2013 and Fourth of July week when Arlington County Circuit Court’s criminal division was wearing bright blue shirts. Unlike the patriotic color, the shirt’s slogan that read “Project Paperless – Ask Us What This Means!” may not have immediately resonated with independence, but it was definitely a victory cry. Arlington County Circuit Court … Continue reading Cheers to Five Years: Arlington County Circuit Court Celebrates 5 Years of Paperless Processes
By: Katie Pusz, Copywriter, ImageSoft To be more specific, it was me – a 5’1” content writer — walking into the St. Clair County Courthouse, and I’m pretty sure it was the door security who had a good laugh as I uncertainly put my belongings on the conveyor belt to be scanned. Clearly, nervous me … Continue reading A Content Writer Walks Into A Prosecutor’s Office…
By: Katie Pusz, Copywriter, ImageSoft As the first eyes on a crime scene, law enforcement sees a case from the first-responder’s call all the way to a conviction. While officers understandably want to stay updated on the lifecycle of their cases, their intimacy and communication with the entire process is also critical to putting criminals … Continue reading Through an Officer’s Eyes: How Going Paperless is Strengthening Law Enforcement