A big part of my job is showing others how technology can be used for the greater good. Technology is a Tool and how that tool is used is the difference between success and failure. If you view technology as an annoyance and something to be avoided, how you use the tools you have will be a hindrance to your success. Learning the best way to apply the newest tools is the key to building efficiency and convenience in your jury operation. Here are 5 tips on how to make incorporating new technology in your court work for you.
You’re considering a replacement for your worn-out jury management system. You’ve identified the off-the-shelf solutions, seen the demos, and you’ve decided on a shortlist of vendors. Now for more hard work - reference checking. Here are 7 reference-checking tips straight from the horse’s mouth:
While school was out for summer the hard work of making jury management more efficient continued at Courthouse Technologies. Here's a few things we got up to during the sweet, long days of summer:
One of the realities about being in business is you don't get to choose your competitors. As the world is diverse, so also is the competition. They come in all shapes and sizes. That means that some rivals are fierce, but fair, some even friendly, and some are dirty, cheating, liars prepared to tell you, the prospective customer, pretty much anything to get you to buy what they're selling.