Authored by Paul Gorman, Account Executive at ImageSoft In 1997 I was the CIO for a State agency and I implemented my first Document Management System. It was an electronic file cabinet that allowed the agency to store documents about our program recipients in organized folders. This high-tech achievement was made possible by an amazing product called … Continue reading How to Become Paperless?
This blog post was written by a previous PA office manager, who chooses to remain anonymous. As an office manager for a county’s Prosecuting Attorney’s (PA) Office, I was thrilled to have made the switch from paper files to using The Paperless Prosecutor Solution (PPS). As law offices, law enforcement agencies, and courts increasingly make … Continue reading Feel like you need more FTEs? Maybe you need PPS!
By: Katie Pusz, Copywriter, ImageSoft Have you heard of the “silver tsunami”? No, you didn’t miss a weather alert - we’re not talking about a physically destructive storm. But, just as threatening, there is a metaphorical mess that’s brewing across the nation as a flood of state and local government personnel begin to retire. While … Continue reading Silver Tsunamis are Coming, and the Times? They’re a Changin’!
In our last post we considered two of the key requirements to make a paper-on- demand court workable and usable for judges: Accessibility and Navigability. In this post we turn to Readability. Readability is one of the biggest, if not the biggest, concerns of judges; and rightfully so. Judges have to read an enormous volume … Continue reading How Paper–On-Demand Provides Judges with Documents That Work “Better Than Paper” (Part Two – Readability)
One of the biggest limitations of physical documents and files is that they are, well, physical. They exist in a particular place. They are subject to Newton's Laws – mainly that they stay where they are put until they are moved (except, of course, those that I am working on and just had on my … Continue reading How Paper-On-Demand Provides Judges with Documents that Work “Better than Paper”
Note: This blog is the second in a series on the “Seven Wastes of Muda”. As most families with fewer kids than Mother Hubbard know, the problem with Costco is that the 64-ounce jug of ketchup is awkward to handle, takes up a lot of room in the refrigerator and may spoil before you finish … Continue reading The Costco Conundrum – Supply Inventory