An independent, effective, and efficient judicial system that fosters respect for the rule of law is indispensable in all the Courts of the world. Modernization, streamlining and improved efficiency of the court systems are paramount in order to ensure
a high degree of protection of individual rights and therefore increase citizens' faith and confidence in the State. We at proud technologies provides a complete one stop solution for e courts, filing, ecourt's and digitization
of courts records at large.
We at proud technologies are proud to honour that we are already giving services to the Judicial bodies in India and have a good Connecting platform and knowledgebase for implementing this application in Federal High Courts of Nigeria. we are still under
process of execution few projects in Official liquidator and PMLA courts.
People or common man often have a stereo-typed view about Courts being slow, rigid and secretive. Information & Communication Technology can help team of Proud Technologies to change this impression and Courts can became more efficient, fast, responsible
and user friendly for common man as well as for judges and Lawyers. It is beneficial for all the stake holders in the Courts like:
Judges Litigants Lawyers
Court Staff General Public Government
In order to bring about reforms in judiciary to remove the archaic procedures and outmoded administrative and management system, technological, communication and management related changes are to be brought about. Computerization of judiciary is one of
the important ingredients of judicial reforms.Technological Developments in the field of information and introduction of computers have made a turning point in the history of human civilization. It has brought about a sea
change in all fields of human activity.
It has resulted in enhance deficiency, productivity and quality of output in every walk of life. The information technology is advocated in the western countries for the last two or three decades, but hardly any worthwhile effort has been made till recently,
particularly, in judicial administration of courts in developing countries and in Almost Africa Continent. There is an immediate need for exposing legal profession, judicial fraternity and court management to the updated
computerized technology so as to render speedy justice with better legal outputs.
Extensive use of Information Technology by diverse organizations the world over has resulted in enhanced efficiency, effectiveness and optimal use of resources. Computers as well as electronic communication devices such as facsimile machines, electronic
mail, video conferencing, provide the ability to process large volumes of data with speed and accuracy, exchange of useful information between different locations and support higher quality of decision making. These capabilities
have contributed to more efficient and responsive systems not only in business organizations, but also in legal, governmental and other public systems. While the Information Revolution arrived in Africa some years ago,
automation has not transformed all facets of life in equal measure. It has not permeated to the judiciary in particular, resulting in old work methods based on manual systems being continued even now. The enormous problems
being faced by the judiciary due to arrears, backlog and delays can be partly resolved by the introduction of automation in courts.
We have to keep in mind that we cannot follow the developed countries blindly without realizing the ground realities. We do not have sufficient funds to go for large-scale computerization of courts. Therefore, we have to be realistic and proceed in a
phased manner. Optimal utilization of funds is required in this field as the justice delivery system is answerable to the public at large.
The main components of computerization consist of procurement of hardware, choice of operating system and development of software. All of them are highly capital intensive and care has to be taken while making well informed choices.
It is always important for any organization who is willing to work on a project of E-filing, courts and CIMS, to have a real taste of what actually is present at ground zero and what is expected from it. To achieve this we had a visit to the Specific
premises/courts to provide a perfect solution.