ImageSoft expects to have a good year for growth in 2013… or a great year.
“It’s either going to be a double our revenue type of year or our revenue goes up 20 percent type of year,” says Scott Bade, president of ImageSoft.
The Southfield-based company makes software platforms that help judicial and health-care systems digitize records. It has landed a number of new clients such as Arlington County’s judicial system, expanded work with some existing ones and expects to ink new deals with other government units, such as Macomb County. Its revenue has jumped 15 percent over the last year thanks to that business.
“I think that has helped drive a lot of our business,” Bade says.
That has helped ImageSoft expand its staff to 54 employees and a handful of interns after hiring 14 people over the last year. Of those hires, eight were new jobs. About half of those hires were for tech positions with the rest coming in finance, administrative and sales.
Source: Scott Bade, president of ImageSoft
Writer: Jon Zemke
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