6 Ways ECM Can Help Government Overcome Challenges – Part 5

By: Kevin Ledgister, Marketing Manager, ImageSoft Comply and Fly with ECM: Meeting Mandates and Regulations 260 minutes. That’s just over 4 hours, which is about half of the average person’s workday. It’s also the amount of time government agencies spend per day just trying to meet public records requests. When I say this, you may … Continue reading 6 Ways ECM Can Help Government Overcome Challenges – Part 5

6 Ways ECM Can Help Government Overcome Challenges – Part 2

By Kevin Ledgister, Marketing Manager, ImageSoft I’ll admit that sometimes I like to watch cheesy, B movies from the SyFy channel. Most of them follow the same script – some greedy corporation or government scientists make a mistake and suddenly we have oversized snakes, sharks, or some other creepifying animal terrorizing an island or a … Continue reading 6 Ways ECM Can Help Government Overcome Challenges – Part 2

Going Beyond your CMS with ECM

Many CMS systems come with some form of a “bucket” that holds documents that can be attached to a case file. These folders of attached case file documents are a great resource when looking at a specific case. However, they leave a lot of the real value contained within and about the documents themselves. An … Continue reading Going Beyond your CMS with ECM

eFiling: Audit Trail and Confidentiality

This is Part 10 of 10 in the eFiling Blog Series, check out Part 9 here. To conclude this eFiling series, let's look back at a few pieces posted in the past that dealt with the enhancement of both the audit trail and the control over confidentiality offered by eFiling. Audit Trail One of the … Continue reading eFiling: Audit Trail and Confidentiality

Workflow – The Life of a Document After Review

This is Part 5 of 10 in the eFiling Blog Series, check out Part 4. An image I use to describe eFiling without automated workflow is Fred Flintstone's car: it looks automated; but somehow the driver is still doing all the work. From the filer's perspective, once a document is filed, electronically or otherwise, the … Continue reading Workflow – The Life of a Document After Review

When E.T. Can’t Phone Home

As court implementations of Enterprise Content Management (ECM) systems move past installation and into maturity in their lifecycles, the "Give A Mouse A Cookie" syndrome gets stronger and stronger. That’s because as a robust ECM system with configurable workflow can do so much more, we feel entitled to EXPECT it to do more. Today, let's … Continue reading When E.T. Can’t Phone Home

Court Document Retention

In the interest of full disclosure, let me say, up front, that I believe both ends of the Court Document Retention discussion will be laid to rest and ultimately forgotten over the next five to 10 years, if not sooner. By "both ends" I mean, first, the question of "In what medium (paper, microfiche, or … Continue reading Court Document Retention

Channeling Ben Hogan: How eFiling Helps Improve Court Data Entry

One of the classic urban legends of golf goes like this:  An amateur once asked, I believe, Ben Hogan, "How can I increase my percentage of one-putts?"   To which Hogan famously replied, "Hit your approach shot close to the hole." With that broad hint, consider the following trick question: Question: What is the best strategy for … Continue reading Channeling Ben Hogan: How eFiling Helps Improve Court Data Entry

What the Heck IS ECM?

In elementary school, my daughter had to write about our family. She had little trouble explaining what her mom did: "My Mom is a Legal Secretary." I presented a bit more of a problem, to say the least. She wrote, "I'm not sure what my Dad does, but he works with computers. He used to … Continue reading What the Heck IS ECM?