In other Texas news, Hopkins County just signed a contract for aiSMARTBENCH. Two District Judges and one County Court at Law Judge will use aiSMARTBENCH.
Once known as the Dairy Capital of Texas, Hopkins County, in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, still has a number of dairy farms. In fact, the Southwest Dairy Museum is located in the county seat, Sulphur Springs. One of the most unique county courthouse buildings is also there. The courthouse was designed by San Antonio architect James Riely Gordon and built in 1895 in the Romanesque Revival style with red sandstone and pink granite. It includes a number of unusual features, such as a double-helix staircase, a clockless tower and entrances located on its northwest and southwest corners, instead of on its sides.
Yet with aiSMARTBENCH, Hopkins County will add the most up-to-date functionality to the all-important work happening within its walls.
As counties across the U.S. transition to paperless courtrooms, jurisdictions need to provide their judges with a tool that can handle the high volume and high-speed demands of a court docket.
aiSMARTBENCH, by Mentis Technology, is built on a proven document platform that has been managing high volumes of scanned documents for more than 15 years. This platform is critical to executing split-second, full-text searches of even scanned documents, which is why aiSMARTBENCH is the tool judges are embracing. It connects to ANY case or document management system. It’s easy to use, easy to learn and faster than traditional paper.
aiSMARTBENCH provides a fast, reliable path to a paperless system in the courtroom.
Find out how to schedule a demo today by emailing JoelGreen@mentistechnology.com.
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