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Star Trek, Component Model and ECM

By Kevin Ledgister, Marketing Manager, ImageSoft

As a Star Trek fan, I grew up watching the original series and one of my favorite episodes was one where a transporter accidentally launched Captain Kirk into a parallel universe. 620 more words

ECM In Courts

3 Reasons Why You’re Not eFiling and How to Overcome the Challenges

Electronic filing means switching up a workflow process that’s been utilized for decades in the courts and government industry, where change isn’t always welcome. But if change makes your job easier and increases access to justice for your constituents, why not eFile? 778 more words


eFiling now available in Pinal County Superior Court

News from the Arizona Supreme Court:

The Arizona Supreme Court is pleased to announce that Pinal County Superior Court is now accepting electronic filings of civil case initiation and civil subsequent documents through the… 172 more words

Legal Events

The Year in Review: Revolutionizing How Courts Adopt New Technologies

By Dave Hawkins, Chief Executive Officer, ImageSoft

ImageSoft enjoyed a banner year in 2017, growing our team by more than 20% and breaking all kinds of company records for new bookings, solutions implemented and delivery efficiency. 815 more words


Do You Know How to Use DOB Now's Upcoming Features?


DOB Now allows users to perform a multitude of tasks online, including submit applications,check an application’s status, make payments, schedule appointments, and pull permits. 306 more words


Are You Keeping Track of Your Façade Filing Period?

Façade Inspections

Building exteriors deteriorate over time, due to factors such as weather conditions and pollution. When there are unsafe conditions on the outside, sidewalk pedestrians and occupants who utilize balconies and roof space are at risk. 590 more words

Local Law

Document Management Prepares to Meet Pattern Recognition

By Jeff Barlow, Justice Consultant, ImageSoft

In many ways court automation—from Case Management Systems (CMS) to eFiling to workflow—have revolved around meta data. A CMS is almost entirely meta data and rules. 655 more words