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Fort Worth Municipal Court Selects eCourt


David Smith                    
Journal Technologies Inc.
(303) 570-3387

Fort Worth Municipal Court Selects eCourt®

Texas largest municipal court selects comprehensive case management software to modernize service to the public

LOGAN Utah May 4 2015: Journal Technologies Inc. (+DJCO) announces that the City of Fort Worth Municipal Court will implement the browser-based eCourt® case management software throughout its criminal courts and parking  bureau as well as their specialty hearings including school attendance court teen court and community court. The contract includes software licenses related professional services maintenance support and hosting.

The selection was made after an extensive procurement and selection process. The primary focus of the selection included seamless online services to the public highly efficient processing capabilities to increase staff productivity and support for a smooth courtroom experience with modern judges’ tools and built-in document management. In addition eCourt’s configurable workflow meets the court’s current requirements and the ability to adapt and grow well into the future.

“We left no stone unturned during our search and eCourt was the obvious choice” said Dakisha R. Wesley Municipal Court Services Assistant Director. “Our team is excited about the opportunities that eCourt gives us now and in the future.”

“eCourt is the perfect platform to modernize a large volume and high activity court like Fort Worth Municipal Court” said David Smith Strategic Account Manager. “We are excited to partner with such a forward-looking organization.”

Fort Worth Municipal Court joins customers in 41 states including Texas four countries and two U.S. territories. More than 20000 justice professionals manage cases in jurisdictions of all sizes within the justice arena.

About Journal Technologies: Journal Technologies is the merger of three long standing and successful companies: New Dawn Technologies (est. 1996) Sustain Technologies (est. 1984) and ISD Corporation (est. 1981). More than 500 offices worldwide use solutions from Journal Technologies to manage caseloads of all types. Customers include courts of all jurisdictions prosecutors public defenders pretrial services offices probation and parole offices administrative law organizations and other government entities.

Journal Technologies offices are located in Los Angeles California; Corona California; and Logan Utah. For more information visit online

SOURCE: Journal Technologies Inc.


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