News and Events
- Published on 20 May 2011
For more than six years, SoftSol has delivered solutions tailored to the unique processes and requirements of Superior Court Systems.
With the release of the IntelliCourt™ Case Management System, SoftSol takes a leading role in adapting the latest technology to the needs of the Court.
During the Court Technology Conference (CTC), held in Long Beach California Oct 4-6, SoftSol will demonstrate how court systems can expand services, improve efficiency, and deepen collaboration, even within the tight budget constraints most court systems face today.
Over 1500 court professionals are expected to attend CTC to gain insight to products and techniques for improving the delivery of justice to communities and residents. Recent technology gains in scalability and accessibility offered by web and cloud-based applications expand the software options available even to the smallest court systems.
SoftSol’s IntelliCourt Case Management System is a prime example of the latest technology innovations being applied to solve longstanding challenges in court systems. “We found it ironic that some of the most fundamental institutions in our society are often overlooked by the most advanced technology solutions,” stated SoftSol VP of Public Sector Sales Kumar Talluri. “In developing IntelliCourt, we partnered both with leading software manufacturers and veteran court professionals intimately familiar with the daily challenges of court operation.”
IntelliCourt is highly customizable and coordinates the end-to-end process of case management, including accounting, scheduling, work queues, verdict, bail calculation, apportionment, auditing and interfaces to both government and vendor systems. SoftSol’s latest release, IntelliCourt Traffic, brings all roles in the process of traffic case management onto one page, providing single-point access to the docket history, document images, communications, and payments. Additionally, system administrators can apply security rules on both the broad and granular levels, including a single document image.
Depending on the resources and goals of the individual court, SoftSol offers IntelliCourt either as a standard software product for installation or in a cloud version. “We’re especially excited about the cloud model,” explained Talluri. “Normally, advanced case management systems are reserved for large courts with deep IT departments. This extends that same functionality to smaller courts at a fraction of the cost.”
The SoftSol booth will be located in space #140, and SoftSol’s Business and Technical solutions architects will be present to discuss how IntelliCourt can be applied to solve the challenges faced by individual courts.