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

Breakout Details

Breakout Session #4 (Select ONE Session)
3:00 p.M. – 3:45 p.M.

A+ in OnBase: OnBase Best Practices and Customer Care Primer

James Leneschmidt, Chief Technology Officer, ImageSoft
Rick Wilson, VP of Operations, ImageSoft

OnBase System Administrators and Super Users alike won’t want to miss this session with its focus on best practices in all things OnBase – from deployment, storage and back-up to data recovery, and daily, weekly and monthly tasks. You’ll also learn tricks and tips to help you get the most from your OnBase system, and learn how to best leverage the resources and expertise of the ImageSoft Customer Care team.

Managing Property and Public Works

Todd Lushinsky, Esri Business Development Manager, Hyland Software

GIS solutions have revolutionized the way agencies review and analyze data, using the power of maps to bring together information describing infrastructure such as water and sewers, roads, bridges and fixtures. Despite the efficiencies GIS solutions create, related paper processes are slow and consume staff time that could be used for more important initiatives. This session will focus on the integration for ESRI ArcGIS, which links OnBase content to geographic map features. All documents related to a map feature can be retrieved electronically with a simple click, eliminating inefficient application switching. A discussion of the plan submission, review and certification process with OnBase Electronic Plan Review will also be included.

Share & Share Alike: Fostering Successful Collaborations between Government Agencies

Dan Rainey, CIO/IT Director, City of Detroit Water & Sewerage
Jessica Moy, Director of Technology Partnerships, State of Michigan

Shared services involves centralizing functions that were once performed in separate divisions or locations. In government, where services, functions, applications and processes overlap, there is ample opportunity for collaboration. But how do you tackle a shared service project? Where do you start, and what are the considerations? This session will address those questions as well as the key elements of undertaking a successful shared service initiative.

The Seven Wastes in Courts

Jeffrey Barlow, Justice Systems Consultant, ImageSoft

This session will use the paradigm developed in The Toyota Production System (TPS) to examine the seven types of "waste" that lurk in court records management processes and how these wastes may be effectively managed, mitigated, and ultimately, eliminated through effective implementation of Electronic Content Management (ECM).