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June 09, 2008

ImageSoft Hosts Government Content Management Summit


ImageSoft held a statewide government summit on Enterprise Content Management (ECM) strategies at the Watermark Country Club on June 4, 2008. Over 70 attendees, from 15 different local, county, and state organizations gathered to hear their peers share success stories and lessons learned implementing their ECM Solutions.

Attendees heard their counterparts from Ottawa, St. Clair and Washtenaw Counties share experiences moving from a cumbersome paper-based workflow process, to a dynamic, electronic work environment. Topics included the use of electronic audit trails to provide accountability, providing 24/7 instant access to justice related documents, handling double the “paperwork” electronically, and implementing a multi-department ECM solution.

“Government agencies are continuously being pushed to do more with less while also providing higher levels of constituent services.” said Scott Bade, Presenter and President of ImageSoft, Inc. “We have unique experience here in Michigan creating very exciting and specific ECM based solutions that allow state, county and municipal workers to do just that.”

The response from all who attended was overwhelmingly positive; 100 percent of respondents said they would definitely attend another ImageSoft Government Summit. Sherri Wiegman of the Ingham County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office went so far as to say, “it was the best summit/conference I have been to in ages!”

Founded in 1996 by Michigan born entrepreneurs, ImageSoft is a leading provider of innovative content management solutions that streamline the flow of information in public, private, and government organizations throughout North America. ImageSoft is headquartered in Southfield, Michigan with offices in Grand Rapids MI, Raleigh NC, and Columbus OH. For more information, visit www.imagesoftinc.com. ImageSoft was recently named one of 2008’s Michigan 50 Companies to Watch and a 2008 Corp! Michigan’s Economic Brightspot.

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