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

Breakout Details

Breakout Session #1 (Select ONE Session)
10:15 a.M. – 11:00 a.M.

OnBase WorkFlow: Key Technology for Driving Process Efficiency 

James Leneschmidt, Chief Technology Officer, ImageSoft, Inc.

In this post-recession government reality, process efficiency is not an option – it’s an imperative. Government can’t afford to waste precious resources by operating inefficiently. Despite leaner budgets and staff, you are still expected to provide a high level of services to constituents. This session will discuss how leveraging automated workflow will drive efficiencies and cost savings across the government enterprise to enable you to continue to meet the needs of citizens.

Paper-On-Demand Court: A Judge's Vision

The Honorable Judge Philip Rodgers, Grand Traverse County, Michigan

Not all judges are quick to accept technological innovation in their courtroom. In this session, you’ll hear from a veteran, sitting Circuit Court judge who has not only used, but embraced technology to streamline the court’s operations. He’ll share his experience and his perspective on the real value of eFiling, workflow and document management in the court and discuss how it has helped simplify processes, improve service and expedite justice.

Share and Tell: What Happens When a Major City and County Share IT Services

Dan Rainey, Information Technology Services Manager,
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Andy Brush, IT Manager, Washtenaw County, Michigan

Learn how the City of Ann Arbor has forged a Shared Services agreement with Washtenaw County from which both entities have substantially benefitted. Hear about the steps involved, the obstacles confronted, the benefits realized, and everything you need to know to initiate a shared services project and to ensure its successful outcome.

TrueCertify: Certifying Documents in an Electronic World

Dan Krueger, Clerk, Ottawa County, Michigan
Lori Catalino, Assistant Chief Deputy Clerk, Ottawa County, Michigan

Using a traditional raised seal in an electronic world is like using dial-up Internet in these Broadband and DSL days. There’s a faster, better, more secure and efficient way to electronically deliver certified documents, and it’s called TrueCertify. Hear from the Ottawa County Clerk’s Office, which has blazed the trail in using TrueCertify technology to safely and successfully deliver all types of county records. Learn how TrueCertify works, how you and your constituents will benefit, and why you should use it.