Thomson Reuters to deploy case management and electronic filing solution to Royal Courts of Justice

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6 May 2014


Thomson Reuters, the world’s leading source of intelligent information for businesses and professionals, today announced that its case management and electronic filing solution, C-Track, will be deployed across the jurisdictions within the Rolls building, part of the Royal Courts of Justice (RCJ).

Thomson Reuters won the contract to deliver a new system following an extensive procurement exercise by Her Majesty’s Courts and Tribunals Service (HMCTS) to identify a preferred supplier.

The deployment of Thomson Reuters C-Track solution will enable the legal profession to adopt more efficient and cost saving working practices by using digital technology in their dealings with the Rolls Building jurisdictions.

“Thomson Reuters is honoured to have been selected by HMCTS to work on such an important and transformative programme,” said Susan Taylor Martin, president of the Legal business of Thomson Reuters. “I am confident that the combination of our innovative technology and deep industry experience will make a significant contribution to HMCTS and its partners as they seek to deliver a more effective, efficient and high performing courts and tribunals administration.”

C-Track’s case management and electronic filing capabilities provide a scalable and flexible solution that is capable of delivering efficiencies in a variety of different court settings.

“We have extensive experience in improving court operations using C-Track,” said Manoj Jain, vice president, Court Management Solutions at Thomson Reuters. “The product has been enhanced and developed over the past fifteen years and is a proven and trusted solution. We look forward to working with HMCTS and a wide range of stakeholders in the development of the new system.”

C-Track is Thomson Reuters court management and filing solution designed specifically to capture, track, process and report on court information and keep cases moving through the judicial process. The web-based software provides a flexible and adaptable solution that can be configured to operate with multiple agency or partner products to ensure a seamless and efficient workflow solution.

To learn more about C-Track, please visit:  http://thomsonreuters.com/c-track-court-case-management/

 



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