For those who may have been confused or concerned about the potential of artificial intelligence (AI) – you’re about to get by with a little help from some Harvard researcher friends who applied a machine learning algorithm to identify the “musical fingerprint” of eight classic Beatles hits as being authored by either John Lennon or … Continue reading “A Hard Day’s Night” Without Automation
Technology has become such a standard part of modern life that sometimes, it can be hard to remember a time without it. Kevin Ledgister, ImageSoft’s Marketing Manager, shares a few real-life examples - including references to a Sean Connery film and a nearly-missed flight - to put into context just how much technology has contributed … Continue reading Episode 004: Automation We’re Thankful For
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” 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
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
With President’s Day coming up, we’re stealing Thomas Jefferson’s words from the Declaration of Independence about self-evident truths. The truth is, insurance companies must upgrade their systems to take advantage of technology advances to eliminate paper once and for all. Customers are looking for an “Amazon-like” experience as manual, or outdated, processes are inefficient and … Continue reading For Insurance Companies, These 5 Truths are Self-Evident
At first glance, last Monday was just like many January Mondays in Michigan: gray… cold… we even started the morning with freezing rain. Despite these dreary conditions, however, many Michiganders were smiling through their commutes and probably arriving at work a little earlier than usual to high-five their co-workers. Why so chipper for a Monday? … Continue reading 696 Construction is Complete. Now Let’s Talk Planning & Public Works!
We’ve been chatting a lot about how to keep your human resources department on track with OnBase. There was that one time we had a coffee chat over recruiting with Christy and Crystal, and just last week we leaned in with Leanne about the onboarding process. So far, your seamless transition from recruitment to onboarding … Continue reading Keeping Employee File Management on Track with OnBase
As almost every human resources personnel will tell you, onboarding new staff is not the most graceful process – sometimes not even for the new hire! With so many boxes to check from the HR department to the hiring manager and even to marketing, it’s stressful trying to ensure that both the new team member … Continue reading Keeping Onboarding On Point with OnBase
By: Katie Pusz, Copywriter, ImageSoft In a society where self-driving cars are actually in progress and movies like Her are not completely unthinkable, it’s easy to feel fearful when we speak of automation and artificial intelligence (AI). Although we don’t realize it, both AI and automation are already a part of many people’s daily lives. … Continue reading Is Automation in Government Programming Fear in People?