C-Track helps courts of all types effectively serve their communities
Whether you process cases, enter data, preside over hearings, support court technology, or interact with the courts on a regular basis, C-Track helps you work more efficiently.
In addition to core case management functionality, C-Track Appellate CMS provides a complete set of appellate-specific functions: oral arguments and conference scheduling, configurable briefing and case schedules, and chambers/opinion processing.
C-Track TrialCMS includes the core functionality our customers expect, with added features and functionality specific to fast-paced, high-volume trial court needs: advanced in-court processing, judicial dashboard, and full-text searching.
For specialty case types such as family, mental health, and juvenile, C-Track has additional functionality to protect the privacy of all minors. Other specialty and problem-solving courts – like drug courts or administrative courts – can benefit.
C-Track helps clerks at all levels and court administrators manage case information accurately through effective and efficient case processing – regardless of the type of court or type of cases being processed. Quickly create a case record online, prepopulating case category and party information from intuitive drop-downs. Eliminate reentry of case information across jurisdictions and other redundant activities (e.g., scanning and processing paper documents).
Judges and judicial chambers staff are driven to provide just, equitable, and timely resolution of matters before the court. To that end, C-Track helps you efficiently manage your caseload and your courtroom. View real-time case information Access chamber and court schedules Review case notes, filings, memos, documents, and case records from chambers or from remote locations Use judge-specific disposition templates
Whether you’re the state chief information officer, court IT director, or IT manager, supporting a case management system that is manageable, adaptable, and secure is your key priority. Open Web Services Library – Allows IT staff to compress implementation time and support current and new third-party justice partners without relying on the vendor. Ad Hoc Reporting Toolkit – Allows court staff to independently construct new custom reports on demand without relying on the vendor.
The first step in court case management transformation is understanding your courts existing capabilities along with the goals and needs you have of a case management system. Our free consultation does just that.