Formed in 1998, CapitalCare Medical Group is a physician-owned medical practice with 27 medical offices across four counties in upstate New York, with central business offices located in Albany. (more…)
The Waco, TX, Independent School District (WISD) serves over 15,000 students across 32 campuses. For WISD’s Accounting Department, that means cutting 300-400 checks a week to vendors and agencies serving the district, as well as handling the information management needs that come along with AP processing for a mid-size ISD like Waco. (more…)
As the IT Director for Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board (HWDSB) in Ontario, Canada, Mike Hiltz provides IT leadership and proactively brings technology opportunities to HWDSB’s various departments. (more…)
With a diverse population of over 141,000, the Town of Cary is the seventh largest community in North Carolina. Since coming to Cary 21 years ago, Technology Services (TS) Director Bill Stice has drawn on his 17 years of prior experience in the private sector to develop a proactive approach to the role of TS. “The public sector is really several businesses under a single umbrella,” he observes.
Charles County, MD, was named America’s #1 advanced digital county last year by the Center for Digital Government and Digital Communities magazine. In fact, the Washington DC-area county with 130,000 residents has won all seven years the award’s been given out. But what makes Charles County different from the other 20 Laserfiche users on the list is that the county only began its Laserfiche implementation late last year. Now thanks to a comprehensive data governance strategy and a new Transparency Web Portal, Charles County is poised to continue its winning streak using Laserfiche.
Texas A&M University Corpus Christi (TAMU-CC) is known as “the island university” because it’s surrounded by Corpus Christi Bay and the Oso Bay. But before implementing Laserfiche, though, the nickname could have just as easily have been applied because TAMU-CC was surrounded by a sea of paper.
Dennis Raulie, Manager of Administrative Computing Technology Services, recognized that the university had outgrown its existing document management system. He realized that what staff really needed was an enterprise content management solution that would comply with the university’s records management retention schedules, better secure documents and decrease the cost of handling paper.
Raulie saw a demo by Laserfiche reseller SMARTfiles and was impressed. “Other document management systems didn’t fulfill our needs very well, while others just seemed rudimentary,” he recalls.