ImageSoft Government Summit is June 10, 2010 in Lansing, Michigan.

Breakout Details

Breakout Session #3 (Select ONE Session)
2:00 p.M. – 2:45 p.M.

Show Me the Money: Funding ECM Technologies

Jim Olson, Principal, MGT of America, Inc.
Jack Battles, Director, Friend of the Court, Genesee
County, MI

It’s true that technology can pay for itself with savings from improved processes and cost efficiencies, but in today’s belt tightening environment, how do financially-strapped government agencies find the money to fund new technology or system upgrades. This session will discuss how to best present a project to a Board of Commissioners to win project support and approval; how to maximize the Cooperative Reimbursement Program (CRP) funding and will explore other available options for funding new technology initiatives.

Breaking Down the Silos: Enhancing Communication between Law Enforcement and the Prosecutor's Office using iJustice eProsecution

William Nichols, Prosecutor, Monroe County, MI
Trooper Rodney Goss, Michigan State Police

The iJustice eProsecution solution continues to evolve and mature. During this session, Prosecutor Nichols and Trooper Goss will share their assessment of how the solution has benefited the Monroe law enforcement community. In addition, they will provide a live demonstration of the Law Enforcement Agency Portal (LEAP), and discuss the latest enhancements, court integration, and goals for the coming year. This is a must-see event for criminal prosecution professionals wanting to create a more efficient and transparent work environment.

The How? New Michigan Municipal Services Authority Provides the Vehicle for Collaboration

Thomas R. Curran, Jr., CEO/Exectuive Director – Municipal Services Authority and Executive in Residence, Governor Rick Snyder’s Office, Lansing

This session will showcase the innovative solutions the Michigan Municipal Services Authority (MMSA) is working on to foster collaboration, lower costs and enhance services in local government. The MMSA is a new public-private partnership created to deliver shared services and functions to local units of government throughout the State of Michigan.

What’s all the Fuss? (about Mobile Technology)

Terry Chaudhuri, Senior Sales Engineer, ImageSoft

Mobile devices, such as Smartphones and tablet PCs, are changing the way we work. Access to services, processes and content from these devices is becoming increasingly critical. Employees want it. Constituents expect it, and government must adapt. Join this discussion for an update on how mobile devices are changing the ways in which essential citizen services are delivered. Learn how the movement to mobile is impacting government operations, and how you can leverage mobile to put content, services and processes at the fingertips of on-the-go users.