Complex functionality, dynamic workflows, constantly changing requirements and the demand for intuitive user interfaces have consigned monolithic, one-size-fits-all case management systems to the round file.
Now, these systems must also allow for access to data for analysis, measure performance across a number of areas, and allow for the sharing of information with both the public and justice partners. That’s where a “Court Component Model” fits in. These systems promote a modular, business-driven approach. We learned about proposed components and plans to develop standards-based interfaces and get insights from the various stakeholder perspectives, including potential impacts on the marketplace for solutions providers.
– JTC Resource Bulletin: Introduction to the Court Component Model
– IJIS Courts Advisory Committee (ICAC) Court Technology Provider Directory
Principal Court Technology Consultant
National Center for State Courts
Director of Information Services
Texas Office of Court Administration