ImageSoft received recognition for its exceptional work helping organizations operate more efficiently using Hyland’s content services platform.
ImageSoft Business Partner and Co-Founder of Resolve Disputes Online, Joe Al-Khayat, Presents ODR to Queens University Law Students
Before the students chimed in for a Q&A session, Joe walked them through a condensed overview of RDO’s online dispute resolution platform – highlighting some of the key features and explaining how each coincides with his previous explanations of ODR in our world today.
“Take Me Home” – Fort Bend County, TX Partners with ImageSoft to Ensure High-Risk Individuals Return Home Safely
The Sheriff’s Department in Fort Bend County, TX, has officially launched “Take Me Home” – a program designed to improve encounters between law enforcement and individuals with cognitive impairments, such as those with Alzheimer’s, Dementia, Down Syndrome and other special needs.
April 13, 2021
In a life not too long ago, ImageSoft Account Executive Paul Gorman was a CIO for a housing finance agency. Now, Paul kicks off a multi-episode podcast series discussing a long-standing government challenge that’s still causing headaches for staff and constituents today: legacy systems.
In part one, Paul is joined by previous government colleague Terri Jones, who is now an Enterprise Advisor at Hyland. Terri, too, used to direct IT efforts for a large housing agency, which included leading them through the lifecycle of legacy system replacement.
BONUS EPISODE: ODR YESTERDAY, TODAY AND TOMORROW (BONUS EPISODE): DIAGNOSING THE HEART PROBLEMS OF JUSTICE
March 30, 2021
If you tuned in for part three of our ODR podcast series “ODR Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow: Asking (And Answering) the Hard Questions with the NCSC,” you know that we could talk for days with NCSC CIO Paul Embley and Consultant Diana Graski. So we kept the conversation going and spun off this special edition episode that speaks directly into the heart of justice: is technology really supporting the court, or just speeding up its processes?
054: ODR YESTERDAY, TODAY AND TOMORROW (PART THREE): ASKING (AND ANSWERING) THE HARD QUESTIONS WITH THE NCSC
March 16, 2021
As much as we’d love to say online dispute resolution (ODR) is a clear-cut topic, it’s not. From questions about funding and whether such a platform actually increases access to justice, to how the states and their various court types have responded to ODR’s availability – there’s a lot of gray area.
Venture into some of these hot-button topics as we ask our friends from the National Center for State Courts (NCSC) about these hard questions surrounding ODR and the changing legal landscape. Through their first-hand experiences and use-case stories, NCSC’s CIO Paul Embley and Consultant Diana Graski provide refreshing, outside-the-box perspective and helpful resources to guide those interested in ODR toward a well-informed decision.