New Hampshire’s Department of Labor Partners with ImageSoft to Renovate 20-year-old Document Management System
Partnering with ImageSoft for the installment, configuration, data conversion, and ongoing maintenance on their upgraded document management and electronic workflow system, the NH DOL is building a process that best supports their complete, auditable control over the department’s millions of documents.
“Our approach, developed with a trusted Public Health Department, does not require anyone to ‘opt-in,’ eliminating many of the privacy issues people have. Its origins stem from the challenges and recommendations of front-line workers, such as nurses and epidemiologists,”
Going Beyond the Dotted Line: TrueSign Upgrades to a Mobile, Seamlessly Integrative Cloud Application
Breaking the standard on-premise mold, TrueSign is now hosted in the highly secure Microsoft Azure Cloud to meet Admins and users where they are for a more efficient and compliant document management experience. Developed in-step with expanded remote working conditions, the mobile-friendly design and accountability thresholds expedite organizational opportunities to create legally compliant documents.
May 11, 2021
In part two of our series on replacing state legacy systems, Paul Gorman, a former CIO for two state agencies, is joined once again with Terri Jones who has previously directed IT efforts for a large housing finance and community development agency and currently serves as an Enterprise Advisor at Hyland Software. Together, Paul and Terri continue the conversation of replacing legacy systems with a focus on legacy document management systems (DMS).
April 27, 2021
At the start of the pandemic, we shared an edited version of our “Justice Know No Quarantine” webinar as a bonus podcast episode. During this episode, our industry veterans discussed the current challenges of civil and criminal courts, mitigation options that could be implemented in the short term and what Courts should be doing as we return to the new normal.
One year later, as we’ve transitioned from a physical court to virtual or limited in-person hearings, we continue to face challenges. While the pandemic has propelled Court technology improvements, those new improvements have created uncertainties around staff and funding, and the ever-looming question of “how do we catch-up the caseloads going forward?” while improving access to justice.
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.