How to Win a Superbowl We just wrapped up one of my favorite national holidays. Paul Gorman, ImageSoft Superbowl, where we gather to watch the culmination of a season of football and playoff games, leaves two teams to determine who is going to be the nation’s football champion. Andy Reid, coach of the Kansas City Chiefs, stated that the entire organization, past … Continue reading February 2020 Tech Talk for Government
From car companies and soda vendors to even Dilbert comics, everyone is talking about digital transformation. But how do we define it in the government context? Join Senior Government Consultant Kevin Albrecht and former CIO Paul Gorman as they chat about "the CIO's worst nightmare," the importance of dynamic, responsive forms management and how it … Continue reading Episode 031: The CIO’s Worst Nightmare. And Something About Dilbert.
Savory green bean casserole. Cranberry sauce. Gravy boats. And who could forget that freshly basted turkey? Remember to save room for pie – there’s bound to be pumpkin, apple and maybe even pecan. Whether you’re wondering how all this food will fit on your countertops or just on your plate, we’re all wondering how to … Continue reading Plating Thanksgiving Dinner: Component Style
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
Be honest – who has been staying up late to watch Thursday night football despite it “only” being pre-season? So many people, even the rain-or-shine fans championing their jersey at every “real” game, discredit the hype of pre-season since the final scores aren’t carved in the books. While the weeks leading up to the official … Continue reading Touchdown: The Winning Play-by-Play Championing All Court Cases
When time is of the essence - as it often is within the prosecutor's office - it's never been more true that some requests just can't wait for the delays that paper creates. In this episode, Guy Sweet, assistant prosecuting attorning for Ingham County, Michigan, shares his perspective on the impact paperless solutions have made for … Continue reading Episode 023: The Paperless Prosecutor’s Office with Guy Sweet
ImageSoft’s Part 4 blog of a 7-part series of why ECM is the answer for insurers focuses on content management.
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
For those who may have been confused or concerned about the potential of artificial intelligence (AI) – you’re about to get by with a little help from some Harvard researcher friends who applied a machine learning algorithm to identify the “musical fingerprint” of eight classic Beatles hits as being authored by either John Lennon or … Continue reading “A Hard Day’s Night” Without Automation
In this blog series, we’re looking at how enterprise content management brings modern technology to the insurance industry to streamline: Content capture Business process management (BPM) or workflow engine Case managementContent managementIntegration with existing systemsEnterprise file sync and share (EFSS)Mobile access Part 3: Case Management “I can’t find your file right now.” SAID NO CUSTOMER … Continue reading 7 Reasons Why ECM Is the Answer for Insurers – Part 3