Software that helps Courts manage millions of documents.
In a fully electronic court, digital documents replace paper documents and automated processes replace manual processes as the court conducts its daily business.
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ImageSoft, Inc., today released a white paper which examines the business case for apaper-on-demand court and describes how an electronic court system will impact judges and their courts.
One word might best describe the landscape ImageSoft Inc. sees, both in the recent past and the foreseeable future. Growth.
Workflow is the key differentiator of ImageSoft iJustice and the most significant component to a digital court.
ImageSoft will deliver an integrated Enterprise Content Management (ECM) system to replace the department's existing legacy system, which is no longer supported by the vendor.
A measure to remove one of the last roadblocks to true paperless court records and filing, House Bill 4064, has passed the House and should be through the Senate and signed by Gov. Rick Snyder by summer.
Courts across Michigan are abandoning the use of paper for the convenience of electronic filing or e-filing documents, with Macomb County Circuit Court making a big push to go digital.
Officials with Macomb County Circuit Court have a plan in place — and a signed agreement with a technology firm — aimed at making the court the first paperless state court in Michigan.
ImageSoft of Southfield has been hired to implement the statewide e-filing initiative.
ImageSoft Inc. could complete an initial phase of implementing its TrueFiling software platform for the State Court Administrative Office in 30 days.
Macomb County Circuit Court has reached a deal with a technology company that will allow it to restart its electronic filing system under a plan for the whole court system to become paperless.
ImageSoft iJustice will enable the clerk and court to operate solely from an electronic case file where paper is no longer the norm but the exception.
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