By: Katie Pusz, Copywriter, ImageSoft In a society where self-driving cars are actually in progress and movies like Her are not completely unthinkable, it’s easy to feel fearful when we speak of automation and artificial intelligence (AI). Although we don’t realize it, both AI and automation are already a part of many people’s daily lives. … Continue reading Is Automation in Government Programming Fear in People?
Tim Zarzycki, Senior Account Executive, ImageSoft, Inc. Among the multitude of daily tasks performed by court clerks is responding to public requests for records. These records include case files, dockets/summaries of court cases and courtroom proceedings, records about defendants, criminal records, and long email threads, often with photos and videos attached. In addition to … Continue reading Juggling Public Record Requests – Keep Those Balls in the Air
Note: This blog is the second in a series on the “Seven Wastes of Muda”. As most families with fewer kids than Mother Hubbard know, the problem with Costco is that the 64-ounce jug of ketchup is awkward to handle, takes up a lot of room in the refrigerator and may spoil before you finish … Continue reading The Costco Conundrum – Supply Inventory