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ImageSoft Renames its Justice System Solution JusticeTech

February 04, 2014  | 

ImageSoft, Inc., announced today the rebranding of its comprehensive justice system solution, formerly called ImageSoft iJustice, to JusticeTech. The name change, which is effective immediately, was undertaken to better describe the current and future state of the technology product. ImageSoft President Scott Bade said the new name is more concise and provides a better overall message for a technology solution aimed at courts and related justice agencies. Along with the new name, the company has introduced a product logo and three-minute video overview of JusticeTech.

JusticeTech enables the justice community -- courts, prosecutors, law enforcement, and other related agencies -- to share a common electronic case file to create a digital "paper-on-demand" environment where paper is no longer the norm. The solution provides automated workflow to seamlessly move information through the process and promote collaboration, efficiency, and a better justice system.

Workflow is a key differentiator of JusticeTech and the most significant component to a digital court because of the process efficiencies it creates. JusticeTech contains pre-configured Workflow Foundations for all courts, as well as for eFiling, eSignature, and eCertification functionality. Coming later this year is a mobile solution for courts and judges that will significantly expand the value of JusticeTech.

Courts that have used JusticeTech have increased productivity by more than 15% in just one year, according to the company. To date, two million court cases nationally are being managed by JusticeTech.

About ImageSoft, Inc.

ImageSoft provides document and process management solutions to automate, streamline, and improve workplace processes.

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