ImageSoft to Attend and Exhibit at e-Courts 2016 Conference

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The e-Courts conference is an excellent opportunity to expose court professionals to the benefits of our suite of JusticeTech technology solutions

ImageSoft, Inc., provider of the JusticeTech® suite of solutions that enables paperless courts, today announced that it will exhibit at the e-Courts 2016 conference at booth 1613 at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. The conference takes place December 12-14.

The e-Courts conference empowers court professionals to learn about the latest breakthroughs in court technology and best practices in court administration. The conference is sponsored by the National Center for State Courts (NCSC), a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving justice through leadership and service to the courts.

“The e-Courts conference is an excellent opportunity to expose court professionals to the benefits of our suite of JusticeTech technology solutions,” said ImageSoft President Scott Bade. “JusticeTech improves the efficiency of courts by eliminating paper files through using best-of-breed solutions for each key stakeholder in the court. This leads to increased efficiency, reduced court costs and a better experience for the public.”

ImageSoft will also be sponsoring an e-Gnite session on December 12. Additional information about the conference can be found here.

About ImageSoft, Inc.
ImageSoft, Inc. provides document and process management solutions to automate, streamline and improve workplace operations. Since 1996, ImageSoft’s technology and workflow solutions have increased productivity, reduced operating costs and saved time and money for customers in government, and the healthcare and insurance industries. ImageSoft serves customers in the U.S., Canada and Mexico.

For more information about ImageSoft, visit the website at http://www.imagesoftinc.com.

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