Lexum is proud to welcome Law Qube Technologies as the latest member to its partner program. Law Qube markets software products for the modernization of judicial institutions and law enforcement departments of all types, at a global level. Its leading product, Qourt, is a Court Management System assisting courts at all levels of the judicial system leveraging the power of technology to manage cases as they progress from initiation through disposition and beyond. Qourt clients can now bridge their account with Decisia to provide their stakeholders with online legal research capabilities within their judgments and selected documents over their websites, intranets, or extranets.
Among others, Law Qube contributed to the design, development, implementation and provide ongoing support of the case management system deployed at the Dubai International Financial Center Courts. The DIFC administers a unique common law, English language jurisdiction, which governs commercial and civil disputes at a national, regional, and worldwide level. “The highly scalable cloud-based system that Law Qube deployed at the DIFC is the perfect illustration of the potential of cloud technologies for the administration of justice” said Ivan Mokanov, President of Lexum. “Lexum is excited to join forces with an innovating firm that has demonstrated its capacity to improve judicial processes using approaches and techniques in line with the ones we strongly believe in and rely on ourselves” he further added.
“The digital suite of products developed for the legal community, has been driven by this urgent need for more streamlined and efficient judicial processes within the court, among the associated entities and parties. Qourt, a digital court management system, helps litigants, court administrators, counsels, judges, and juries efficiently deal with the complexities of a modern courtroom. Qourt makes it possible to radically enhance judicial efficiency by providing for litigants, administrators, counsel, judges, and jury powerful automation tools to manage the complexity of case management and minimize delays in outcomes, by reducing the lifecycle of cases. The system supports court administrators and judges to make timely informed decisions for rapid dispositions of cases enabling citizen satisfaction.” said Mathew Philip, CEO & MD of Law Qube Technologies. He also added that, through the strategic partnership with Lexum, Law Qube Technologies is now able to extend to their judicial clients’ legal research capabilities related to judgments and other documents associated with cases.
Law Qube is certified by Microsoft as a co-sell ISV partner and Qourt operates on a Microsoft Azure infrastructure. Decisia, as are all Lexum technologies, is hosted and fully operated from the Amazon Web Services (AWS) infrastructure. Both solutions interact via secured web services.
About Law Qube Technologies
Law Qube Technologies Private Limited, part of KSUM, Technopark, Trivandrum, Kerala, India, promotes software products for the modernization of Judicial Courts and Law Enforcement Departments of all types, globally. The products will enhance the operations of different types of courts like Supreme Court, High Courts, Low level Courts, Arbitration Courts, Law Enforcement Departments and enable seamless integration between associated government/ private agencies, lawyers, law firms, public, litigants, defendants and relevant parties associated with the courts and cases.
For more information, visit lawqube.com
Lexum is a software company that designs and operates online legal information delivery products. Lexum specializes in the management and the publishing of legal information over the internet.
The company is well-known for its impact on the Canadian legal sector, where it began operating in 1993 by collaborating with the Supreme Court of Canada to publish the Court’s decisions on the internet. Since then, Lexum has become the primary provider of online access to Canadian legal information. The company supports tens of major North American legal institutions with information management, publishing and search services, including Canada’s Department of Justice, the Judiciary of Arkansas, and the New Mexico Compilation Commission, to name only a few.
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