NCSC and eCourts wishes to thank all of our conference sponsors for their support and commitment.
Thomson Reuters provides innovative solutions that enable you to efficiently manage your court, in person or virtually, in order to ensure access to justice in your communities. We are the most trusted source for government professionals including state, local and federal government and counted on to provide solutions with unrivaled breadth of domain expertise, trusted content, and intelligently connected technologies. For more information on Thomson Reuters Court Solutions, visit tr.com.
Computing System Innovations (CSI), is America’s leading provider of AI powered court document processing automation software. Intellidact AI®, CSI’s award-winning artificial intelligence platform, revolutionizes court document intake and review workflows by providing automatic document classification, data extraction and data entry.
Injected into any e-filing review or case management system update, Intellidact AI first transforms your unstructured documents into structured data. Software bots then make decisions, accept documents, and perform error free data entry 24x7x365 with little to no human intervention.
Unlike traditional AI systems, Intellidact AI continuously learns as new documents enter your system, eliminating traditional lengthy AI system startup and ongoing AI knowledge maintenance.
Journal Technologies’ case management systems help judicial agencies effectively manage information electronically across all popular technology platforms. For over 30 years, we have developed software solutions for courts, prosecutors, public defenders, probation, and pretrial agencies. We currently serve over 500 courts throughout 42 states and internationally, including Canada and Australia.
Our eSeries suite is a collective powerhouse of our four case management solutions – eCourt, eProsecutor, eSupervision (probation and pretrial), eDefender – all working together for a fully integrated experience.
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Governments around the world have turned to Zoom for secure and frictionless communications, enabling business and mission continuity. An American company based in Silicon Valley, Zoom helps to facilitate the deliberate processes of government and face-to-face government and citizen interactions. Benefits include: Drastically reduce travel costs with virtual meetings and virtual community outreach. Use resources and hardware you already have - such as legacy conference room systems and desk phones - to connect to Zoom. Increase citizen engagement and education with real-time video
Government institutions and agencies use Zoom’s secure commercial offering or FedRAMP-authorized Zoom for Government.