Managing employee growth at a company, along with onboarding and regular employee support, can put quite a strain on its human resources department. How can one department oversee everything from hiring to performance reviews to exit interviews and more, without losing its mind? Listen in as ImageSoft's human resources manager Leanne Eastman and OnBase administrator … Continue reading Episode 14: Using OnBase for Human Resources
In part two of a two-part episode, Kevin Ledgister, marketing manager for ImageSoft (a reseller of Hyland’s OnBase solution), shares some quick tips for using OnBase to supercharge your agency’s efficiency.
Government agencies are constantly tasked with doing more with less: less money, less time, and fewer team members. But the information and services that you provide to your constituents is high in demand, which can put you in a tight spot. In part one of a two-part episode, Kevin Ledgister, marketing manager for ImageSoft (a … Continue reading Episode 009: 19 Ways Government Agencies Can Leverage Technology in 2019 – Part 1
Incorporating a secure, streamlined solution that brings true visibility and efficiency to daily tasks can make a huge difference for understaffed and overworked government agencies. Hyland's Kevin Albrecht takes us through some of the biggest questions government agencies need to ask themselves, and help us understand how leveraging technology can help eliminate wasted time and … Continue reading Episode 008: Technology Solutions for Government Agencies
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
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
Forest P. Gill is credited with inventing the bumper sticker in the late 1940s after the screen printer found himself with an oversupply of adhesive-backed stickers and fluorescent paint following World War II. Sources can’t verify what exactly it said (if anything), but it’s sad to think he missed the trademark “Run, Forest, Run!” At … Continue reading If Velocity Were A Bumper Sticker
If you’ve scrolled through social media at all in the past few weeks, you’ve probably seen friends and family, celebrities, and even some of your favorite retail and fast-food chains participate in the #TenYearChallenge. Many of them made us laugh. Some invoked a tasteful sense of nostalgia while pointing to 10 years of stagnancy as … Continue reading A #TenYearChallenge for Government
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!
While most organizations start to wind down for the year, there’s one industry whose floodgates are just about to open: insurance agencies. Mid-westerners and east-coasters love to hate the slew of snow, ice and freezing temperatures that winter blows in, but I’ll bet my holiday shopping money that insurance agencies hate it more. Slick roads, … Continue reading Not Your Father’s Claims Investigation: ESRI and OnBase are the Perfect Storm for Insurance Agencies