We regularly publish white papers on topics of interest to many of our current and prospective customers. Browse through our archive and download your own copy of the white papers that interest you.
White Paper Archive
Highly-configurable case management systems give courts and agencies the flexibility to design and manage their solution for the unknown challenges of the future. This white paper discusses current trends of case management solutions and what you should look for when considering a highly-configurable solution.
Tight budgets have left many courts and justice agencies using outdated and inefficient technology. Cloud computing and unique, pricing models have come on the scene to break through these barriers, allowing you to acquire new technology with limited investment and risk. This e-book will introduce you to the unique benefits and cost savings cloud computing offers.
Few justice agencies realize the total cost of ownership in software implementation projects, and over time, your system may end up costing you more than anticipated due to costs of maintaining hardware. This white paper discusses the benefits and advantages of Software as a Service and how you can get the most from your SaaS vendor.
Many justice agencies receive requests about case details on a daily basis. Because case information can be sensitive, answering these requests may not be a simple matter. In this white paper, you will discover the benefits of online information sharing.
Government spending projects are receiving more scrutiny than ever before, making purchasing needed services more challenging. This five part white paper outlines ways to demonstrate Return on Investment (ROI) to your stakeholders.
Money is a crucial part of virtually every criminal justice initiative, and agencies are often forced to rely on outside sources to fund their efforts to improve their agency and their community. This white paper discusses best practices for putting together grant applications that will help set your agency apart from the masses and win funding for your initiatives.
The debate between buying and building new case management systems has been going on for decades, in part because neither option fully meets the needs of all agencies and courts. This white paper will discuss the advantages and disadvantages of buying and building a new case management system, as well as how emerging technologies are giving agencies new options.
Information sharing initiatives have the potential to greatly increase public safety on the local level by empowering justice professionals with complete, accurate, and timely data. This seven part white paper series will discuss local integrated information sharing initiatives.
Technology promises to provide access to information and the tools to act on that information whenever and wherever its users go. Innovative advancements in usability have created a new form of client application–the Smart Client. This paper will compare Smart Client with thick and thin clients and identify the benefits of choosing to incorporate a Smart Client application.
Not all case management solutions are created equal, and it is easy to get lost in the ocean of information about each system. This white paper gives you a starting point for evaluating case management vendors to find the best solution for your office.