Today's technology allows courtroom personnel to economically, efficiently and easily schedule, produce, transmit and present information.
ImageSoft expects to have a good year for growth in 2013... or a great year.
Within the next 10 years, Macomb County Circuit Court wants to become the first completely paperless court system in Michigan, outside of the federal system.
CEO Scott Bade and his team have put together an additional suite of "perks" that include bonus and incentive pay, employee referrals, customer service bonuses and what may be the biggest benefit of all — additional time off to volunteer for the cause of their choice.
Software solutions are helping streamline court operations and making managing jury pools a snap.
On this installment of Business Matters, ImageSoft, Inc. Staff discuss their recent relocation and renovation.
Courts in the State of Michigan have the opportunity to operate more efficiently now that rules recognizing the legality of electronic signature in the Michigan courts were put in place last week by the Michigan Supreme Court.
ImageSoft, Inc., has released a new case study outlining how process improvements made possible by technology and workflow solutions from ImageSoft enabled Farm Bureau Insurance of Michigan to serve customers faster and more efficiently.
Claims Upgrade Pays Dividends: Between paperless processing and simplified workflows, Farm Bureau received full ROI within a year of implementation.
Farm Bureau Life Insurance of Michigan is indicating annual savings of $230,000 and full ROI from a claims upgrade implemented less than a year ago, according to a recent case study from ImageSoft.
A new tech tool for lawyers, courts and individual filers—TrueFiling, created by ImageSoft in Southfield—makes previous methods of filing as antiquated as quill pens.
The data center is now physically managed by the city, but the county has full access to it. The arrangement has opened additional opportunities for shared services.