Eradicating the need to submit documents across court counters ensures that all cases and documents are filed without any preferential treatment.
Automatic scheduling of case hearings based on the preset rules ensures that every case gets a fair chance to be tried.
Pre-population of information based on documents submitted before each mention facilitates rational and fair verdicts by the judge.
Filing of charges, scheduling of hearings and follow-up actions are automatically routed to the relevant authorities, and the entire case lifecycle is accounted for. This facilitates justice through collaborative network.
All case documents, orders and actions are electronically stored and display in the e-case file, providing all authorised parties timely access to the information. It provides accountability, transparency and consistency to court processes.
Hearings are documented directly at the bench using the e-minute sheet. Court procedures are recorded chronologically as the events unfold.
Orders are predicted by the system based on the information submitted by the parties at pre-mention. Judges can simply accept or reject the proposed orders, improving the consistency of court decisions.
Documents and requests for action will not be lost in the stacks of paper documents. Court decisions are published to all relevant parties by the judge.
End-to-End technology provides the proper tracking of cases and ensures transparency.
100% Browser-based system
Stakeholders are not restricted to the court operating hours to file documents.
Forms are designed to capture all required information. These standard procedures ensure accuracy and consistency.
All documents are filed in the e-case file, providing simultaneous access to case information for authorised parties.
Redundant data entry is eradicated and errors are reduced, improving the accuracy of case information.
Officers have a consolidated view of the assigned pending tasks and the corresponding Service Level Agreement (SLA). It provides an easily tracking of items that require pending action and ensures that tasks are completed within a reasonable time, improving efficiency of the courts.
Court rooms and judges are allocated electronically by the system to ensure that resources are maximised.
Real-Time synchronisation of case materials during hearings ensures that the judge, court staff and all parties are referencing the same case materials without any manual intervention. New materials can be uploaded and made available to everyone instantly.
The easy call out of document draws attention to the critical information and reduces time spent to look for each document individually.
Smart prediction of orders based on the information submitted at pre-mention reduces the time required to make a verdict.
The dynamic e-minute sheet comes with a order selector that enables the judge to call out specific orders and laws within two clicks. This removes the tedious process of looking through stacks of documents or entire electronic form.
All facts are presented on the e-minute sheet, easing the complex process of making objective verdicts.
Use of mobile computing devices
The use of iPads in courtrooms provides mobility and convenience to court staff. They are no longer desk-bound and can access the latest court documents without printing.
The system is designed based on the usage patterns and workflows of the users. The dynamic design of the e-case file, e-minute sheet and other workflow processes ensures that the use of the system is as comfortable as paper.
Mock courts are conducted to ensure that stakeholders smoothly transit from the paper-based processes to the paperless courts. These trainings ensure that once system is officially launched, all court processes will run smoothly.
Deep domain knowledge
With the deep domain knowledge and experience in the judicial sector, the team knows the possible pitfalls to look out for and the best practices to ensure the successful delivery of the project.