ImageSoft is providing a new eFiling and eService program for the Michigan Supreme Court and Court of Appeals which can be utilized at any time of the day or night.
Prosecutors in Lenawee County are using a digital case management system developed by a Southfield based company.
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Southfield-based ImageSoft Inc. says its systems have helped make the 13th District Court, which includes Grand Traverse, Antrim and Leelanau counties, the state’s first fully electronic court, with the expansion of its electronic case file management system.
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After a comprehensive evaluation of available eFiling options and vendors, the State Court Administrative Office has selected ImageSoft, Inc.’s TrueFiling platform as the Electronic Filing Manager for a statewide e-filing initiative in Michigan.
Macomb County Circuit Court in Mt. Clemens, plans to become the first completely paperless state court in Michigan and has chosen ImageSoft of Southfield to implement a document and process management solution to help it achieve that goal.
Capping a year during which it achieved record sales and earnings, the ImageSoft Inc. learned that it has once again earned top honors as a Platinum Partner reseller of Hyland Software’s OnBase document management solution and achieved Diamond status for customer support.
ImageSoft Inc. has released a new case study detailing how budget cuts at the prosecuting attorney’s office in Ingham County prompted major process improvements and substantial savings there.
New business won by Michigan’s technology-focused companies