Sopra Steria driving digital transformation within Criminal Justice with ‘Court Store’

 Sopra Steria worked in collaboration with HM Courts and Tribunals Service (HMCTS) and other partners to deliver digital transformation within the Criminal Justice System via the HMCTS Court Store application.

Court Store is a new digital repository and document management system primarily for use within the Magistrates’ Courts. The principal objective of this project is to deliver a data store that is accessible from different devices and by individuals across the Criminal Justice System, and is capable of storing both structured and unstructured data. The Court Store project is crucial for HMCTS to be able to move away from the reliance on paper, and towards working digitally in the court room; in line with GDS principles the system is being delivered in an Agile way.

Read about the new solution and the benefits it’s realising for CJS staff in the UK Criminal Justice System’s ambition to be fully digital by 2020.

Watch our video, "Court Store and Bench, a modern digital solution for the magistrates’ courts".

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Court Store is a new digital repository and document management system primarily for use within the Magistrates’ Courts. The principal objective of this project is to deliver a data store that is accessible from different devices and by individuals across the Criminal Justice System, and is capable of storing both structured and unstructured data. The Court Store project is crucial for HMCTS to be able to move away from the reliance on paper, and towards working digitally in the court room; in line with GDS principles the system is being delivered in an Agile way.

 

Read about the new solution and the benefits it’s realising for CJS staff in the UK Criminal Justice System’s ambition to be fully digital by 2020. (link to success story)

 

Court Store is a new digital repository and document management system primarily for use within the Magistrates’ Courts. The principal objective of this project is to deliver a data store that is accessible from different devices and by individuals across the Criminal Justice System, and is capable of storing both structured and unstructured data. The Court Store project is crucial for HMCTS to be able to move away from the reliance on paper, and towards working digitally in the court room; in line with GDS principles the system is being delivered in an Agile way.

 

Read about the new solution and the benefits it’s realising for CJS staff in the UK Criminal Justice System’s ambition to be fully digital by 2020. (link to success story)

 

Court Store is a new digital repository and document management system primarily for use within the Magistrates’ Courts. The principal objective of this project is to deliver a data store that is accessible from different devices and by individuals across the Criminal Justice System, and is capable of storing both structured and unstructured data. The Court Store project is crucial for HMCTS to be able to move away from the reliance on paper, and towards working digitally in the court room; in line with GDS principles the system is being delivered in an Agile way.

 

Read about the new solution and the benefits it’s realising for CJS staff in the UK Criminal Justice System’s ambition to be fully digital by 2020. (link to success story)