Mysterious and spooky, and altogether ooky. If you thought we were talking about disparate, legacy courtroom processes, we don’t blame you – but, really, we are talking about The Addam’s Family. A Halloween staple for decades, the iconic Addam’s Family has again proven their timelessness by recently reviving seasonal spirits at the box office. Yet, … Continue reading They’re Creepy and They’re Kooky: The Addam’s Family “Courtroom” Values
The National Association for Court Management's (NACM) annual conference is one of the most-anticipated events each year for the justice community...and this year, we have an all-star team on stage discussing court technology! Listen in on this lively conversation between Brad Smith, ImageSoft's senior justice consultant; Ben Martin of Mentis Technology Solutions; and Dan Willis, Trial Court Administrator … Continue reading Episode 019: Connecting the Court at NACM’s Annual Conference
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.
A district court administrator, business systems analyst, and information systems director from three different courts across the country agree to be panelists on an eFiling webinar. It sounds like the beginning of a good intention gone wrong, but it was actually an extremely informative hour learning about the benefits of eFiling for Superior Courts from … Continue reading Webinar Highlights: Bridging the Gap between eFiling and the Paperless Court
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!
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
By: Katie Pusz, Copywriter, ImageSoft There’s always one. After a scammer was able to hack an attorney’s eFiling account and take off with $130,000, Florida Courts E-Filing Authority was understandably shaken. Realizing such a vulnerability in its midst, the board quickly removed all non-lawyer eFiling accounts, which included the right-hand people of many lawyers – … Continue reading Scammers in the System: Florida Enforces Stricter eFiling Security Measures
By: Kevin Ledgister, Marketing Manager, ImageSoft A day in the life of prosecuting attorneys is defined by the materials in their case files (often stored in banker’s boxes)…evidence, testimony and research. The piles of paperwork grow exponentially, with police reports, photos, victim and witness statements, discovery and investigation reports, and so on. Moving from arraignment, … Continue reading What Prosecutors Want and Need