NORTH CANTON, OHIO--(Marketwired - Jan. 15, 2014) - CourtView Justice Solutions (CJS), an industry leader of dynamic caseflow management solutions for courts, prosecutors, and other justice agencies, today announced their selection as an approved technology vendor with the Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR).
The Texas DIR provides statewide leadership and oversight for management of government information and communications technology. The DIR facilitates the state's economic competitiveness by delivering quality information resources commodities and services at the lowest prices and best value for state and local government.
"The addition of CourtView to the Texas DIR approved vendor list provides justice agencies throughout the State with convenient access to our dynamic caseflow management solutions," said Kevin Bade, General Manager for CJS. "The contract terms and prices for our products and services have been pre-approved by the DIR making it simple for Agencies to select CourtView solutions."
CourtView's JWorks, with its Dynamic Caseflow Management (DCM) engine, creates a case and workflow blueprint that informs users about processes, events, tasks, resources, and deadlines and their impact on the case guidelines and plans even before they happen. JWorks saves time, resources, and rework by having the DCM deliver vital information at the earliest point possible to the right people so that informed decisions can be made.
For more information on CourtView's JWorks and Texas DIR contract please visit our vendor page.
About CourtView Justice Solutions
For more than two decades CourtView Justice Solutions has successfully implemented dynamic and intelligent integrated technology solutions in justice agencies across the United States. We help courts, judges, clerks, prosecuting attorneys, public defenders, and probation offices enhance operations, increase access to justice and improve public safety. CJS is headquartered in North Canton, Ohio. For more information, please visit www.courtview.com.