6 Ways ECM Can Help Government Overcome Challenges – Part 1

By Kevin Ledgister, Marketing Manager, ImageSoft Do More with Less Money in Less Time In government, budgets are tighter, technology is aging and constituents are demanding more and are upset when things seem slow or when they can’t get timely updates or resolution. One of the top strategies that agencies use to address this is … Continue reading 6 Ways ECM Can Help Government Overcome Challenges – Part 1

Starting 2018 with a New Look

By Kevin Ledgister, Marketing Manager, ImageSoft For many, it feels natural to set goals, initiatives and dare I say it, resolutions, for the new year. I never set resolutions because they are meant to be broken. Some are broken even before the ball drops in Times Square. (So much for jogging five miles a day.) … Continue reading Starting 2018 with a New Look

The Component Model and Going Beyond eFiling

By: Kevin Ledgister, Marketing Manager, ImageSoft, Inc. The Court Technology Conference in Salt Lake City last month went far beyond all of our expectations. We were kept busy networking with court staff members, doing live demos and sharing our experiences. Thanks for stopping by our booth and attending our two major presentations. The Component Model … Continue reading The Component Model and Going Beyond eFiling

Wine, Cloth, Carpentry and Court Automation

By Jeff Barlow, Justice Consultant, ImageSoft It's pretty intuitive that when it costs less to acquire and run an automated system than to pay people to do the same work it makes financial sense to implement the technology. However, what is a lot less intuitive, but, paradoxically, a lot more true, is that it can … Continue reading Wine, Cloth, Carpentry and Court Automation

Imagine – Part 3

By Jeff Barlow, Justice Consultant, ImageSoft Part Three: MaaS and its Effects on Insurance and Personal Injury Cases; Technologies to Predict Outcomes In Part One of this series, we talked about the growth of Mobility as a Service and how it is fundamentally and forever changing personal transportation. In Part Two of this series, we … Continue reading Imagine – Part 3

Imagine – Part 2

By Jeff Barlow, Justice Consultant, ImageSoft Part Two: Augmented/Self-Driving Vehicles In Part One of this series, we talked about the growth of Mobility as a Service and how it is fundamentally and forever changing personal transportation.  If/when Augmented Driving becomes more than a niche phenomenon, it will quite predictably accelerate the shift toward Mobility as … Continue reading Imagine – Part 2

Childhood’s End

By Jeff Barlow, Justice Consultant, ImageSoft Notice anything different about this post? The difference is probably hard to spot. The difference is ––I'm dictating directly into my word processor. Now, that may not seem very different to you; but I guarantee you, it's really different for me. Sure, I used to dictate all the time … Continue reading Childhood’s End

Building from the Ground Up

By Jeffrey N. Barlow I am currently reading the biography of Steve Jobs. Without drawing too close an analogy, Jobs's intense focus on the "user experience," and how to make it "insanely great" should resonate with the Justice community as it seeks tools to automate the planning, delivery, and archiving of services. The story of … Continue reading Building from the Ground Up

To Wade In Or Jump?

"Big Bang" Or "Staged" Change and the "Open" Versus "Closed" Technology Ecosystem Everyone who has ever approached a cool lake, stream, surf, or pool knows the conundrum: Enter the water slowly to get acclimated; or take the plunge and endure the shock. Is there a "correct" answer? Maybe; but the truth is, there are disadvantages … Continue reading To Wade In Or Jump?