Emerging technologies like Automation are proving to be incredibly beneficial for a wide range of industries already. And, legal & justice system is no different when it comes to modern-day tech adoption. There’s always a need to be more effective while collaborating with internal and external parties, tracking and managing attorney caseloads, and recording appointments. Therefore, it is vital to replace outdated systems with centralized technology platforms that are robust, secure & offer smarter solutions. It would help streamline workflows & processes, enable effective collaboration among teams while improving the overall efficiency. For legal firms & justice departments, a case management system must offer structural flexibility as well as role-based user access. It must help ensure that the information is both retrievable and secure no matter where or when it is accessed.
Learn how Rishabh enabled a North America-based courts and justice office to modernize their legacy municipal court case management system. And, how this optimization exercise helped overcome multiple technical limitations while improving system performance and resulting in enhanced overall efficiency for associated teams.
A US-based technology company serving public sector organizations, like the municipal court office was in pursuit of an MS-technology proficient partner. The idea was to help them migrate their legacy infrastructure, from the existing monolithic Windows Form to a microservices enabled one. This would ensure easy management of critical workflows and automation of case management data (files, scheduler and more) across levels. Further, as part of their digital transformation strategy, they were even seeking modernization & upgrade of the system’s front-end to provide an intuitive experience to its users.
Team Rishabh helped re-engineer the legacy software empowering multiple departments to efficiently collaborate, manage the case task overload, track court calendars and have an on-demand reporting mechanism.
Our experienced team considered microservices architecture to enable future scalability for the court administrative system.
The re-engineered municipal court management system offers a user-friendly interface that enables the justice department to manage everything ranging from citation to jury selection.
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