Not Your Father’s Claims Investigation: ESRI and OnBase are the Perfect Storm for Insurance Agencies

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

It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year – eCourts 2018!

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!

Dear Component Model: We’re Thankful!

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!

Keeping Employee File Management on Track with OnBase

We’ve been chatting a lot about how to keep your human resources department on track with OnBase. There was that one time we had a coffee chat over recruiting with Christy and Crystal, and just last week we leaned in with Leanne about the onboarding process. So far, your seamless transition from recruitment to onboarding … Continue reading Keeping Employee File Management on Track with OnBase

Just When You Thought Software Development Couldn’t Get Any More Social

Leave it to ImageSoft to break the stereotype. Well, kind of. When You Have Too Much To Say This is where it all started. If you know anything about us, you know that once we start chatting about paperless anything, it’s difficult for us to stop. Similar to those cassette tapes we keep trying to … Continue reading Just When You Thought Software Development Couldn’t Get Any More Social

Keeping Onboarding On Point with OnBase

As almost every human resources personnel will tell you, onboarding new staff is not the most graceful process – sometimes not even for the new hire! With so many boxes to check from the HR department to the hiring manager and even to marketing, it’s stressful trying to ensure that both the new team member … Continue reading Keeping Onboarding On Point with OnBase

Registering to Vote and Gravy: Why Is One of These Not Like the Other?

It’s difficult to believe November first is next week! While I’m not quite ready for the snow, I’m completely prepared for the food!  One of my favorites? Gravy. While not something to eat by itself (although I’m not putting it past anyone), gravy is the staple side to most comfort foods. Largely because it’s delicious, … Continue reading Registering to Vote and Gravy: Why Is One of These Not Like the Other?

Never Trust a Skinny Chef

At ImageSoft, we eat. A lot! Not only do we host regular lunch and learns catered by our favorite local eateries, we also have a snack bar, snack-stocked cabinets, and a variety of sodas and flavored waters to wash down your snacks. Not to mention that any reason is the perfect reason for an ImageSoft … Continue reading Never Trust a Skinny Chef

If You Give a Software Company a Branch Cutter

If you say “solution” within an ear’s reach of ImageSoft staff, you will make a lot of friends almost instantly and can guarantee none of them will fall short of conversation about solutions of every kind. But, for the third consecutive year, the ImageSoft family has (not gracefully) traded in their computers for branch cutters … Continue reading If You Give a Software Company a Branch Cutter

Thoughts of a Circuit Court Clerk

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