Justice Systems Debuts New Court Tech After Acquisition

Working under the auspices of Ontario Systems since being acquired in May, Justice Systems will unveil new case management and revenue recovery tools at a conference next week in Las Vegas.

by / December 10, 2018

Ontario Systems, an Indiana-based company that sells tools for revenue management, is now selling software for the court system.

At an eCourts conference in Las Vegas this week, the company will debut its first court technology initiatives since acquiring court case management software author Justice Systems in May, according to a news release.

Since the acquisition, the two companies have been collaborating on a software suite to manage court cases beginning to end, handle online payments and automate revenue recovery processes, according to the news release. The results include a newly expanded version of Justice Systems’ FullCourt Enterprise suite, and a new revenue recovery solution from Ontario Systems called RevQ+.

Besides presenting new product offerings at the conference, on Dec. 10 representatives from Ontario and Justice will give a talk addressing the modernization of court case communications to meet consumer preferences.

“Our attendance at eCourts underscores our commitment to helping courts reshape their technology and processes to adapt to the ongoing changes in the justice sector,” said Jay Moorman, vice president and general manager of Ontario Systems, in the statement. “This year is particularly important, as we plan to share our combined roadmap leveraging the best of the Ontario Systems technology and expertise with the three decades of court-specific experience of Justice Systems and the recently expanded FullCourt Enterprise solution suite.”

Founded in 1980, Ontario Systems provides software to five of the 15 largest hospital networks, eight of the 10 largest accounts receivable management companies and more than 100 government clients nationwide, according to the news release. Justice Systems, launched in 1982 as National Equipment Corporation and headquartered in New Mexico, serves over 500 unique courts and judiciary offices.

eCourts is an annual educational conference hosted by the National Center for State Courts that focuses on the latest trends in court-related technology. This year’s event will be held Dec. 10-12 at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.