ImageSoft Government Summit is June 6 in Lansing, Michigan.

12:45 P.M. - 1:40 P.M.

Streamlining Criminal Case Processing: Prosecutor & LEA Roundtable Discussion

Steve Glisky, Vice President, Government Practice Manager, ImageSoft
William Nichols, Prosecutor, Monroe County, MI
Lisa McCormick, Chief Assistant Prosecuting Attorney, Ingham County, MI
Renee Hernandez, Juvenile Court Secretary & OnBase System Administrator, St. Clair County, MI
Kelly Johnson, Detective, Michigan State University Police Agency

This session provides access to a distinguished panel of experts who have implemented an end-to-end electronic prosecution solution. They will share their experience and behind the scenes stories on the challenges they overcame, the lessons learned and benefits realized from the solution. Topics to be discussed include RMS integration, document capture, warrant manual integration, electronic discovery, electronic subpoenas, court communication, return on investment, and much more. This session promises to be highly interactive, so please prepare your list of questions in advance.

What's New in OnBase?

Colleen Alber, Product Evangelist, Hyland Software
Kevin Flanagan, Industry Manager, Government Solutions, Hyland Software

Attend this OnBase-refresh session to learn about all that’s new under the OnBase sun. Hear about recent developments from OnBase 13, including new modules, tools and applications now available to streamline and improve government processes, as well as upgrades to existing products – from case management and mobile access, to Unity Client, Forms, Workflow and more. This session will also provide a sneak preview of what’s “in the works” at Hyland for OnBase 14, including increased support for PDFs.

What Did We Spend That Money On? Maximizing the Value of Government IT Investment

Terri Jones, Industry Marketing Manager, Hyland Software

Struggling with technology projects? Wondering how to measure their impact? This interactive session will look at new ways to plan and manage projects so that they are simpler and faster, deliver greater value and prepare your community for the future. Examine ways to track improvements, learn how other cities and counties have measured impacts, and how to manage projects for the long term.

Go with the Flow - Using Configurable Workflow to Automate & Streamline Processes

Terry Chaudhuri, Senior Sales Engineer, ImageSoft

Configurable workflow systems are critical to processes across a range of workplace environments, government and the courts included. Configurable workflow can be quickly tailored to the unique needs of a court or government agency to automate repetitive tasks and standardize processes through multiple departments, driving efficiencies and cost savings across the government enterprise. Workflow configuration can be done by people with many skill sets – you don’t need to be a programmer. This session will introduce workflow concepts, discuss workflow design and architecture, as well as best practices for implementing workflow. It will also highlight new OnBase tools, such as Unity Forms Builder, that enable you to become self-sufficient in expanding digital workflow solutions.