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.
In 2009, Courthouse Technologies began offering our software and services in a subscription model (Software as a Service, aka. SaaS). With 90% of our clients preferring this method since, we could not have known at the time, how big the measurable return would be on our clients’ investments. Part of its effectiveness comes in connection with the CHT Refund Program; a program that gives you money back based on your gained efficiencies. It has been so effective that since starting this service, Courthouse Technologies has credited our customers back over $200,000!
When signing up for Courthouse SummonsDirect, our summons printing, mailing, and address verification service, part of getting it up and running is setting up a postal permit account with the USPS.
Courthouse Technologies is pleased to announce that the Circuit Court of St. Clair County, Michigan has begun implementation of a new jury system! The Courts have entered into a 3-year subscription for Courthouse JMS along with Courthouse eResponse, our public facing self-service application for jurors and; SummonsDirect our automated data cleansing, summons printing and mailing service; The project will replace their existing jury system with goal of deploying a 1-step jury process.
The U.S. Postal Service recently announced changes to un-enveloped, Folded Self-Mailer (FSM) standards. These standards take effect January 5, 2013 and must be met in order to receive applicable postage discounts.
How would you like to be using a jury platform that can give you money back for being more efficient? Who wouldn't like to be rewarded for doing well; Being well-organized and proficient at their job? I think it is something we all strive to do and be. Lastly, who doesn't like getting a direct return on their investment that can be counted in dollars and cents?