What is C-Track?
C-Track, the innovative case management system developed by Thomson Reuters Court Management Solutions (TR CMS), keeps cases moving efficiently through your court. C-Track provides a total court solution by integrating our e-filing, case management, and public access solutions with other court applications.C-Track can be easily adapted for your court’s specialised needs to capture, track, process and report on court information. We can also provide interfaces to agency or partner databases.
TR CMS has been a leading provider of court case management solutions for over a decade – and is now backed by the more than 150 years of Thomson Reuters’ court and legal experience. Courts in the United States and the United Kingdom have adopted our solutions because they are configurable, easy-to-use, and save time and money.
The C-Track solution includes three products:
C-Track Case Management System
Core C-Track CMS functionality provides new efficiencies and optimisation in your court’s day-to-day operations as well as a complete set of trial-specific functions for all general jurisdiction case types, including:
- Juvenile abuse and neglect
- Juvenile delinquency
The C-Track E-Filing system is a stand-alone component that integrates with any case/document management system and with third-party electronic payment systems to allow users to pay fees when e-filing.
Parties can file one or more documents in most standard document formats (ie Microsoft® Word®, Corel WordPerfect®, Adobe® PDF, .tiff), they are converted to Adobe PDF format, and may be watermarked, file stamped and electronically signed.
The e-filer can control who is served and the method of service, and receive email notification when each filing is accepted or rejected. Rejected filings can be held for update and then resubmitted.
C-Track Public Access
Provide the public with appropriate access to your court case information by using our configurable, Web-based public access interface. People can search for non-confidential cases using search criteria such as case number, lawyer or party. The results display case information such as parties, docket entries and documents that have been marked as public.
The C-Track Public Access application uses a database containing non-sensitive court data. Business rules govern the transfer of case data and case documents to this system to prevent the release of confidential information.
Why Choose C-Track?
- Highly configurable
- Easy to install and maintain
- Rules based automation
C-Track can be configured to meet your court's needs and is easily adaptable to unique rules and processes. C-Track also includes a tool that allows rule changes to be made quickly and easily, without technical support.
Easy to install and maintain
No special software is required. The system resides on a server, providing you with access from your Web browser.
C-Track integrates with almost any court application – from existing case management to lawyer registration to accounting or document management systems – to create a total court solution.
C-Track provides comprehensive case processing functions, from case initiation through disposition and archiving. It also allows for extensive searching and real-time interactive reporting.
Prior to installation, we tailor the entire system to meet the specific needs of your court. The system intuitively generates documents, sets or updates notifications and displays custom alerts as clerks record case-related activities.
C-Track has a solid performance record and is backed by the same team of systems engineers and analysts that has been building and improving this product for more than a decade.
Document generation, calendaring, notifications and more are automated based on your court rules – creating a more efficient and accurate process.
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