AMCAD and the
The project will implement AMCAD’s industry leading solutions and migrate the legacy court data and images, provide project management, training and on-site production support. In future phases of the project, electronic filing capability will be provided using AMCAD’s eUniversa™ electronic filing solution and web-based payment of court fines and fees will be made available through AMCAD’s ACCEPT electronic commerce solution. AMCAD may also provide AMCAD’s Rapid Online Access Method (ROAM) which facilitates web-based public access to court records and online credit card payments.
“We evaluated multiple vendors during the research process and we selected AMCAD as our solution provider based on AMCAD’s industry leading solutions, price, and personnel. I look forward to replacing our legacy case management system with the industry leading solution, and thereby enhancing our service to Medina County,” said David B.
The implementation of AiCMS will improve the efficiency of the office by processing court records in a virtually paperless environment through a robust document management solution and electronic filing functionality. Furthermore, AiCMS provides accounting and audit controls that improve revenue collection and also supports required reporting. The additions of ROAM, ACCEPT, and eUniversa™ will allow the Court and
AMCAD is an enterprise software company that provides software solutions and services to the public sector including state, county and local governments. AMCAD automates the justice and records management ecosystem that includes courts, jails, prosecutors, probation, county clerks and recorders offices, etc. AMCAD now boasts a national customer base with over 1000 government clients in over 38 states. AMCAD has been recognized as a 100
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