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New Hampshire Judicial Branch Adopts Court System

Web-based system automates functions.

by / May 19, 2004
CONCORD, N.H. -- The State of New Hampshire Judicial Branch requires a case management system that will accommodate growth and support the functions of the Superior, District and Probate courts, which handle about 215,000 new filings each year.

The New Hampshire Judicial Branch implemented Tyler Technologies' Odyssey Web-based Case Manager system. The software provides the New Hampshire courts system with the potential to automate all case management functions -- imaging, accounting, docketing, calendaring, reporting, forms merge and others -- for multiple case types, in a single software package. The system will automate 65 trial courts in 46 court facilities throughout the state.

"We carefully researched a number of vendors, and we are confident the Tyler information management product will allow the courts to deliver excellent service to the citizens of New Hampshire as our state constitution requires us to do," said Donald D. Goodnow, the director of the Administrative Office of the Courts for the New Hampshire Judicial Branch.

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