Document Imaging for County Courts to Convert Paper to Electronic Documents
Throughout certain Texas courts – specifically in all civil cases, including family and probate cases, at the Supreme Court of Texas, courts of appeals, district courts, statutory county courts, constitutional county courts, and statutory probate courts – an order was passed that requires electronic filing (e-filing). Electronic documents are basically the same as paper documents; however, they don’t require printing and can be viewed on computers. Because this is a day forward law, many courts will be stuck using a hybrid system of paper and electronic documents. Unfortunately, a hybrid system can be even more challenging to manage.
An easy way to solve this problem is to convert all paper to electronic documents. That sounds like it would be hard, but we provide document imaging services that will help your county court easily transition from paper to electronic documents. In fact, we are already working with the Harris County District Clerk’s Office.
Why Should You Use Our Document Imaging Services?
We’ve been providing records management solutions to many government agencies since 1969. Our document imaging services are both CJIS and HIPAA compliant and all of our employees have to have a security addendum with a law enforcement agency and pass a finger print background check. While that might not be required for county clerk documents, it’s an extra protection that we feel is necessary for our business. All of this combined means that we know how to transition our clients from paper to electronic documents in ways that align with their needs and their budget while addressing compliance, security, and document management concerns.
Additional Benefits of Using Our Document Imaging Services to Convert Paper to Electronic Documents
Here are just a few of the additional benefits of using our document imaging services:
- Our document imaging services are available on TXMAS contracts.
- You won’t need to hire extra personnel to scan documents.
- You won’t have to invest in and maintain expensive equipment.
- With our customizable document imaging packages and budget plans, you have more control over your spending.
Contact Us for More Information on Our Document Imaging Services for County Courts
We understand that each county court is unique and can adapt our processes to meet your specific needs and requirements. In fact, you can try our document imaging services for free! To learn more about how our document imaging services will help your county court adapt and meet the new e-filing requirements, please give us a call at 1-800-803-1083 or send us a message.