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Going Beyond the Dotted Line: TrueSign Upgrades to a Mobile, Seamlessly Integrative Cloud Application

Re-written as a Cloud application, the latest version of digital signature product TrueSign is light on code and integrates directly into an organization’s business process – all while leaving zero end-user footprint. Just in time for a cultural shift to remote working environments, the eSignature tool features a responsive mobile design that can be leveraged 24/7 from any location. Read More

NCSC’s Jim McMillan Partners with ImageSoft for “Justice Knows No Quarantine” Webinar

The nation’s justice system remains in unchartered territory as it tries to keep essential court practices afloat amidst mandated quarantines and social distancing. On Tuesday, April 14th, the National Center for State Courts’ Principal Court Technology Consultant Jim McMillan partnered with ImageSoft for the free webinar, “Justice Knows No Quarantine: Unlocking Virtual Court Operations When the Physical Doors Close.” Read More

Reser’s Fine Foods, Inc., Partners with ImageSoft

Reser’s Fine Foods, Inc., has entrusted the on-going support of its existing OnBase by Hyland solution to ImageSoft. Serving as a resource at Reser’s request, ImageSoft is providing standard administrative assistance while also supporting future product developments. Read More

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Renovation Mishap.

Piecemealed Homemaking: How To Secure Housing for You and Your Data

Looking at my newly renovated, shabby-chic farmhouse bedroom makes my heart happy – but my head? Oh, it aches.

Any visitor can tell you I stitched this room together with too many Etsy orders and plenty of time at home during quarantine. What you wouldn’t know by looking at my room, however, is that most of these renovations were born out of several, less-than-graceful mishaps. Read More

Snapshot of a form.

Forms – How a Good Idea Became a Disastrous Concept

I read a recent statement issued by Florida’s Department of Transportation (FDOT) saying that, in an effort to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, it is leading the coordination of DOH and the Florida Highway Patrol to implement Executive Order 20-86. As a result, more than 8,000 traveler forms have been collected at the I-10 and I-95 checkpoints. The statement went on to say that FDOT is also coordinating with public use airports, DOH and law enforcement, and has already collected more than 15,600 traveler forms at public use airports across the state. Read More

The Socially Distant #ImageSoftLife

Hey, friends!

For those of you who follow us on LinkedIn and Facebook, you know we take our commitment to fun very seriously. But, just like everyone else, #ImageSoftLife has looked quite different since practicing social distance. Read More

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