For years, ImageSoft has been delivering on the promises of the Component Model even before it was written. Listen to Therese Murphy, from Yakima County District Court, discuss how they implemented eFiling and while keeping their case management system and how the integrated workflow dramatically improved their court processes.
If you work in the court space, this episode is for you. We’re talking the olden days of court operations (meaning last year), where court operations are headed (hint: it’s the component model) and the critical need for a trusted technology partner to walk you through it all.
She can answer FAQs about any courthouse. She helps you search court dockets. She can even direct court visitors to where they need be, and she can do it all in either English or Spanish. Who is she? CORA, the Court-Operated Robotic Assistant, is the first robotic solution designed for a court setting. Named after … Continue reading Her Name is CORA, and She’s the Future of Courts
By Dave Hawkins, Chief Executive Officer, ImageSoft ImageSoft enjoyed a banner year in 2017, growing our team by more than 20% and breaking all kinds of company records for new bookings, solutions implemented and delivery efficiency. Yet what excites us most is the way we’ve revolutionized how courts adopt new technologies. We’ve broken down long-standing … Continue reading The Year in Review: Revolutionizing How Courts Adopt New Technologies
By: Brad Smith, Sr. Justice Consultant, ImageSoft Ready for an electronic solution? Designing technology that is easy to use and understand begins with these steps: Involve stakeholders who are candidates to use the technology solution; seek their input in design and functionality Understand their exact requirements Engineer the technology with features that eliminate stress and … Continue reading Easing the Bench’s Transition to Technology
By Jeff Barlow, Justice Consultant, ImageSoft It's pretty intuitive that when it costs less to acquire and run an automated system than to pay people to do the same work it makes financial sense to implement the technology. However, what is a lot less intuitive, but, paradoxically, a lot more true, is that it can … Continue reading Wine, Cloth, Carpentry and Court Automation
Tim Zarzycki, Senior Account Executive, ImageSoft, Inc. Among the multitude of daily tasks performed by court clerks is responding to public requests for records. These records include case files, dockets/summaries of court cases and courtroom proceedings, records about defendants, criminal records, and long email threads, often with photos and videos attached. In addition to … Continue reading Juggling Public Record Requests – Keep Those Balls in the Air
We’re looking forward to the Court Technology Conference in Salt Lake City September 12-14. Events such as this give us an opportunity to meet and greet customers and potential customers. We’re always happy to talk about JusticeTech and the ways its solutions can make courtrooms run more efficiently. Stop by our booth #410 for a … Continue reading See You in Salt Lake City
By Dave Hawkins, CEO, ImageSoft I attended the Inc. magazine GrowCo Conference in New Orleans last month. Somewhere between the seafood gumbo, the crawfish étouffée, and the jumbalaya, Steve Case of AOL fame served up a prophetic message based on his newly revised book, The Third Wave: An Entrepreneur’s Vision of the Future. The title … Continue reading What the “Third Wave” Means for Court Technology
By Jeff Barlow, Justice Consultant, ImageSoft Notice anything different about this post? The difference is probably hard to spot. The difference is ––I'm dictating directly into my word processor. Now, that may not seem very different to you; but I guarantee you, it's really different for me. Sure, I used to dictate all the time … Continue reading Childhood’s End