PLANO, Texas – Oct. 30, 2019 – Tyler Technologies Inc. (NYSE: TYL) today announced it has acquired Courthouse Technologies (CHT), an industry leading provider of jury management systems. CHT will complement and elevate Tyler’s software offerings for domestic and international court clients.
Courthouse Technologies is pleased to announce that the Chesterfield County Circuit Court has signed on with CHT to implement of our Jury Platform! The court in Chesterfield, Virginia is subscribing to use our core system, Courthouse JMS along with Courthouse eResponse, our public facing self-service application; Courthouse IVR, our interactive voice response system; Courthouse IDS, our summons image and data capture system; Courthouse SMS, text-messaging service; Courthouse Kiosk, our kiosk software for jury management; and, Courthouse SummonsDirect; our summons-questionnaire printing, mailing, and address verification service. The project will replace their current legacy system and will be the 2nd county in Virginia to enter into agreement with Courthouse Technologies.
One of our favorite moments at Courthouse Technologies is when a new client starts using our jury platform in a ‘Live’ environment. We call it the ‘GO-Live’ day. Summonses have been mailed, jurors have gone online to answer their questionnaire and, of course, are now showing up for service to be attended and paid.
I am delighted to announce the promotion of John Arntsen to VP, Client Services. John joined Courthouse Technologies eight years ago and has developed into one of the world’s foremost experts in jury management. He has held positions in Customer Support, in Sales, and has participated in managing countless jury projects. John has been instrumental in working with more than fifty governments in two countries to help them realize more effective jury management. He has also spearheaded many efforts inside Courthouse Technologies to ensure that we continue to offer the best jury management solutions available.