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New Dawn Adds Doc. Mgt. Features

New Dawn Technologies announces new electronic document management features for case management

LOGAN, Utah -- New Dawn Technologies' JustWare solution offers a robust case management solution encompassing many electronic document management solutions (EDMS). Joining the list of current EDMS features are integrated document scanning and the document routing features which were recently released in the latest version of JustWare. The new document scanning tool works with any TWAIN compliant scanner and saves time and paper by enabling agencies and courts to scan single or multi-page documents directly into a case or name filing cabinet within JustWare. The document routing tool allows users to move or copy scanned documents from case to case, or to assigned work queues for review.

JustWares native work queuing and dashboard functionality allow documents to be scanned and routed to key resources for review and then routed to supervisors or peers for further review, eliminating paper and moving courts, prosecutors, public defenders, and probation/parole agencies closer to the paperless office.

This functionality works in conjunction with the other EDMS features already available in the JustWare | Solutions Suite. The JustWare virtual filing cabinet is a robust electronic storage feature; it allows users to keep track of all electronic media for cases and names in one location. Users are able to save audio, word documents, emails, photographs, electronic discovery, video files, and other documents within the filing cabinet.

“Having integrated document scanning and routing functionality eliminates the need for courts and other criminal justice agencies to purchase expensive, third party scanning solutions. We tightly integrated the comprehensive scanning solution with JustWare, therefore our customers can be ensured that their users will have a seamless work experience,” says Jon Peek, JustWare Product Manager.

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