We hold a webinar every month regarding some topic of interest to many of our current or prospective customers. Past topics have included things such as helping your agency “go green,” creating a business case for a technology purchase, writing an RFP, staying connected through social media, tracking recidivism, and much more. Visit the links below to listen to some of our recorded webinars.
Five Benefits of E-Filing
Michael Roussin, Technical Lead at the Utah State Tax Commission, tells how JusticeWeb E-Filing has allowed their Appeals Unit to process twice as many cases while maintaining the same number of staff. During this webinar, you will gain insight into a successful usage case of an e-filing portal and what benefits you can expect from allowing electronic case submittals.
The Power of Public Access
Electronic and public access portals help justice organization connect with the public and other stakeholders while easing the burdeon of heavy workloads. During this webinar, Brad Schafer from the Bulter County Prosecutor’s Office will discuss how they us JusticeWeb E-Discovery to partner with the public defender and court in order to serve more than 800,000 residents.
Introduction to Public Access
Is your court or justice agency overwhelmed by external requests for case details on a daily basis? Is your organization looking to share information in a more convenient and budget sensitive way? During our webinar, Intro to Public Access Solutions, you will discover the benefits of using the power of the Internet to share information online to reduce your organization’s total costs and allow the public and other agencies to view case and name data, e-file cases and documents, share discovery packets, and make payments online.
Taking Your Solution to the Next Level
Jim Bledsoe, Assistant City Attorney at the Spokane Municipal Prosecutor’s Office, joined us to talk about the Spokane integration project between prosecutor, public defender, and probation department. Learn how your court or agency can partner with your stakeholders to create a criminal justice information system (CJIS).
“Driving” Your CMS Success
During this webinar, we talk to Michael Loughridge from Pima County Arizona regarding their experience implementing case management software with minimal assistance from their selected vendor. We learn how they’ve adapted the solution to meet the needs in Pima County and what advice they would give other agencies wanting to implement as they did. Following our discussion with Pima County, we talk to LaRue Starr from the Oklahoma District Attorney’s Council (ODAC) about how they manage more than 800 users in 25 districts throughout the state of Oklahoma.
Courts Looking to the Clouds
Cloud computing and unique, pricing models allow courts to overcome tight budgets to acquire new technology with limited investment and risk. Watch this fifteen-minute webinar to learn the benefits cloud computing and transaction-based pricing models hold for your court.
Adaptive Case Management
In a world of ever changing demands, budget restrictions, and technology advances, finding a government case management solution that can adapt to your specific processes will help you face the unknown challenges of the future. Traditional case management is limited in its ability to grow and change with you and your needs.
Procurement Webinar Series
Technology procurement can be a long, hard road. That is why we have created a two-part webinar series that will teach you the basics of creating a business case for a technology purchase and how to survive the procurement process.
Maximizing Your Reports
Making the Results Work for You
Reports and statistics are sometimes the most daunting of tasks in the workplace. Whether you’re submitting data, creating reports, or even reviewing reports, the task can seem less than appealing.
The Power of Automation
Technology is quickly changing and adapting to help you get your job done easier and more accurately. The latest technology allows your court or agency to automate many of your daily procedures, but is automation the solution for everything?