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Justice Systems, now an Ontario Systems company, will share vision for serving courts with expanded consumer-centric technology solutions

Albuquerque, NM. (November 27, 2018) – Justice Systems, an Ontario Systems company, and leading provider of court case management software to state and local government courts, announced today it will debut the company’s new branding and technology initiatives at eCourts, the leading court technology conference in the United States. The three-day educational event for courts is hosted by the National Center for State Courts and will be held on December 10-12, 2018, at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.

In April, Ontario Systems, a leading provider of enterprise revenue cycle management software to the healthcare, accounts receivable management, and government markets, acquired Justice Systems. Since then, the two companies have been working to outline a roadmap that offers courts an enhanced technology suite to fully manage court cases beginning to end, handle online payments, and automate revenue recovery processes, so they can recover more revenue with the resources they have.

“Our attendance at eCourts underscores our commitment to helping courts reshape their technology and processes to adapt to the ongoing changes in the justice sector,” said Jay Moorman, Vice President, General Manager at Ontario Systems. “This year is particularly important, as we plan to share our combined roadmap leveraging the best of the Ontario Systems technology and expertise with the three decades of court-specific experience of Justice Systems and the recently expanded FullCourt Enterprise solution suite.”

In addition to participating as an exhibitor and top sponsor, Ontario Systems’ Vice President and Justice Systems’ co-founder Ernie Sego, a visionary and expert in court case management technology, is presenting an eGnite session, Case Management Innovation: Consumer Preferences, Compliance and Technology. In this session, held at 2:30 p.m. on December 10, Sego will address the modernization of court case communication channels to meet today’s consumer preferences and will provide a glimpse into the recently expanded offerings of the organization.

“We continue to be energized by the partnership of Ontario Systems and Justice Systems, with our shared customer-first philosophy, and passion for innovative solutions that serve our country’s courts,” said Sego. “At eCourts, our customers and the entire justice sector can expect to hear about the incredible progress we are making with the combined focus and expertise of our teams.”

Attendees at eCourts will also be the first to experience the reimagined Justice Systems branding and presentations of the latest integrated solutions, including a new approach to case management compliance with RevQ+, a revenue recovery solution for courts from Ontario Systems.

Ontario Systems and Justice Systems leadership and representatives will be available at the Justice Systems booth, #519, for additional inquiries and technology demonstrations.

More information on the eCourts conference can be found on their website or you can learn more about the National Center for State Courts.

About Ontario Systems
Ontario Systems is a leading provider of court case management and enterprise revenue cycle management software to the healthcare, accounts receivable management, and government markets. Established in 1980 and headquartered in Muncie, Ind., Ontario Systems offers a full portfolio of leading software platforms, including Artiva RM™, Artiva HCx™, Contact Savvy®, RevQ®. In April of 2018, Ontario Systems acquired Justice Systems and has now added the FullCourt Enterprise® and CitePayUSA® solutions to its list of software platforms. Ontario Systems’ industry-leading customers include 5 of the 15 largest hospital networks who actively manage over $40 billion in receivables collectively, as well as 8 of the 10 largest ARM companies and more than a hundred federal, state and municipal government clients in the U.S.

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