February’s Resolutions for Insurers

The LifeHack website posted a blog recently called Why You Should Start Your New Year in February. It resonates for many reasons. For parents, the New Year starts in September when the kids go back to school. For some companies, the fiscal year starts in October or June, so January is more of the same. … Continue reading February’s Resolutions for Insurers

C is for CJIS

And criminal justice. And compliance. Coincidence? Clearly not. Okay, we’re done being clever. After all, criminal justice information services (CJIS) is no joke. An Acronym I Should Know? Do you interact with, manage, or otherwise handle criminal justice information (CJI)? Then “yes!’” CJIS compliance was established and is currently enforced by the FBI. Compliance ensures … Continue reading C is for CJIS

A #TenYearChallenge for Government

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

For Insurance Companies, These 5 Truths are Self-Evident

With President’s Day coming up, we’re stealing Thomas Jefferson’s words from the Declaration of Independence about self-evident truths. The truth is, insurance companies must upgrade their systems to take advantage of technology advances to eliminate paper once and for all. Customers are looking for an “Amazon-like” experience as manual, or outdated, processes are inefficient and … Continue reading For Insurance Companies, These 5 Truths are Self-Evident

Her Name is CORA, and She’s the Future of Courts

She can answer FAQs about any courthouse. She helps you search court dockets. She can even direct court visitors to where they need be, and she can do it all in either English or Spanish. Who is she? CORA, the Court-Operated Robotic Assistant, is the first robotic solution designed for a court setting. Named after … Continue reading Her Name is CORA, and She’s the Future of Courts

696 Construction is Complete. Now Let’s Talk Planning & Public Works!

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!

Staff Separations: Seeing You Through with OnBase for Offboarding

Not too long ago, we leaned in with Leanne to learn about OnBase for onboarding. We hope it left you feeling optimistic about the opportunity for growing your own organization, but it probably also left you asking the one question no one wants to voice: “what about offboarding?” Whether your intern just landed their first … Continue reading Staff Separations: Seeing You Through with OnBase for Offboarding

For Insurance CIOs, It’s the Nightmare Before and After Christmas

We help insurance CIOs everyday with the one nightmare issue that disturbs their sleep most often: is this the month my legacy, Band-Aid-patched, workaround-filled so-called content management “solution” crashes for the last time and my IT group can’t resurrect it? Many CIOs are spending precious resources just to keep the lights on with their outdated … Continue reading For Insurance CIOs, It’s the Nightmare Before and After Christmas

The Year in Review: Expanding our Footprint

By: Dave Hawkins, ImageSoft, CEO ImageSoft continued to grow in 2018, expanding our footprint in a variety of ways. We were awarded major new projects from California to Georgia, and many places in between. ImageSoft is now doing business in 31 states and three provinces as more organizations continue to accelerate their digital transformation and … Continue reading The Year in Review: Expanding our Footprint

eCourts Uncovered: The 2018 Edition

If you follow us on LinkedIn, Facebook or Twitter, you’ve undoubtedly seen (and, hopefully, ‘Liked’!) a lot of hype about a little something called eCourts. We even published an eCourts blog about it being “the most wonderful time of the year,” and we stand by that. P.S., if you need to brush up on what … Continue reading eCourts Uncovered: The 2018 Edition