Initially, this blog was going to be opened by quoting the numerous dry-humored 2020 internet memes floating about, such as “We are not Barbara Walters, but this is 2020,” but we figured that’s too expected of us. You’re welcome. In all truthfulness, though, it is the year 2020. Sounds like the Jetsons should be flying … Continue reading It’s 2020 and Pagers Don’t Text
Authored by Paul Gorman, ImageSoft Account Executive There are not many IT activities as pointless as making a process ‘paperless’ and then, at the end of the process, still printing a document so that you can get a wet signature on the paper. The benefits of paperless technology are to avoid time delays and the … Continue reading The Value of a Signature Solution. eSignature, That Is.
Has anyone ever paid for your coffee? You know what I mean – the “feel good” stories that local radio stations love to cover. You’re sitting in the drive through of your favorite coffee chain and, upon pulling up to the window, credit card in hand, the barista is happy to share that the car … Continue reading Beyond “Business as Usual:” A Government-Inspired Story of Paying it Forward
The path to paperless isn't always easy - which is why a step-by-step plan is crucial to your organization, or you may end up with outdated and siloed legacy systems unable to meet both internal and external demands. ImageSoft's Paul Gorman is taking us through the six main stages that most organizations experience when going paperless … Continue reading Episode 022: Six Stages of Going Paperless
Digitizing the contemporary court space can seem like a colossal task - but the reality is that courts around the country are going paperless every day. So what does it mean for a court to truly be paperless...and even then, how do you get there? Brad Smith, Senior Justice Consultant for ImageSoft, answers these questions and more, putting your paperless jitters to rest once and for all.
We probably found this funnier than we should have, but we’re a software company – what do you expect? Whether you identify with the fax-fanatic or the defeated presenter, hopefully you also found some humor in this. As a paperless organization, it’s intuitive for us to type notes that are automatically backed in a cloud, … Continue reading Are You a Firewall to Your Own Success?
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
We’re excited to share this heart-felt guest blog courtesy of our friend and client Paul Ferguson, Clerk of the Circuit Court in Arlington, VA. When the Arlington Circuit Court decided to move from paper to electronic files in 2011, our first step was finding a technology partner that listened to our goals, could help us … Continue reading Thoughts of a Circuit Court Clerk
By: Steve Glisky, Practice Manager, ImageSoft The criminal justice system holds prosecutors and law enforcement officers to unique statutory responsibilities which, when not honored, can lead to misconduct and disciplinary action. The effort required to ensure these protocols are respected at times take a backseat to the daily grind of pushing stacks of paper files … Continue reading State Statutes Got You Stressed? Go Paperless
Voters in Oakland County, MI stepped up to the ballot in unprecedented numbers for the state’s 2018 primary elections. While so many voices symbolized a vote of confidence from the people, their strength in numbers revealed a weakness in the overall voting strategy: paper dependency. As Michigan’s second largest county, Oakland County experienced an unforeseen … Continue reading Oakland County’s Oops: Paper Polls Interrupt Michigan’s Primary Elections