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Crowe Horwath: New software solution offers integrated case management
October 7, 2012
By Rob Starr, Content Manager, Big4.com
To help organizations manage caseloads more efficiently, Crowe Horwath LLP, one of the largest public accounting and consulting firms in the U.S., has teamed with Integrated Software Specialists (ISS) to be the exclusive provider of ISS’s iJustice® Enterprise Case Management Solution Suite (iJustice). State, local and federal justice organizations must track the status and progress of each of their cases, but many are doing so with outdated technology.
iJustice is a Web-based case management system that offers greater efficiencies, advanced information orchestration, automated reporting, analytics, in-depth security and audit functions. It is designed for use by courts, clerks, supervision agencies, public defenders, prosecutors, law enforcement, corrections personnel, the public and other parties and maintains necessary levels of security to protect data privacy.
Key features of iJustice include:
- Web-based delivery with e-service capabilities, including e-pay, e-citation processing and e-filing;
- Highly configurable, to speed implementation with limited customization and allow for changes to be easily applied later;
- Automated notifications and alerts that coordinate a case between different parts of the organization;
- Advanced analytics, ad-hoc reporting and querying capabilities;
- Ability to exchange information with other departments, counties and systems while conforming with national models including the National Information Exchange Model (NIEM); and
- Scalability to integrate with existing systems.
To introduce iJustice, Crowe and ISS are accepting grant applications until Oct. 31 from those who would like to try the system free for one-year, including the cost of implementation and hosting. Details are available at http://www.crowehorwath.com/iJusticePR.