For Immediate Release December 10, 2013
Contact: Douglas Cole, 602.528.3684
ARIZONA AOC EXTENDS CONTRACT WITH INTRESYS
PIONEERING COURT e-FILING VENDOR TO SERVICE AZ CUSTOMERS THROUGH 2019
PHOENIX – The Arizona Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC) and Intresys, Inc. today announced that a four-year extension of Intresys’ e-filing contract with the State of Arizona has been finalized.
With this extension, Intresys will continue to be an integral part of providing e-filing services to Arizona’s courts, legal community and the general public until at least June of 2019.
"Intresys and the Court have successfully worked together on a public-private partnership for many years in an effort to develop a unique and effective e-filing system for the State of Arizona," the two parties said today in a joint statement.
"The TurboCourt system has operated successfully in Arizona with virtually no interruptions of service since 2010. Both the Court and Intresys are very proud of the success of their e-filing program."
This extension represents AOC’s third extension of its contract with Intresys’ since the company began service with the State of Arizona in 2009. As part of the contract extension, there has also been an amicable resolution of the intellectual property issues between the parties.
"Our company values our relationship with the State of Arizona and views our relationship with the AOC as a partnership," said Tania Wasser, Chief Executive Officer for Intresys.
"Once we successfully complete this third contract extension, Intresys and our flagship product, TurboCourt, will have fulfilled the e-filing needs of Arizona’s legal community for a decade. We are extremely proud of this accomplishment."
Intresys is a leading software and services company specializing in e-Government solutions using its unique technology to help its clients optimize efficiency and effectiveness.
Intresys’ flagship product TurboCourt™ has excelled in the self help e-Government market by providing law firms, attorneys, government filers and self represented litigants access to electronic filing solutions, and by automating case intake and processing for courts and agencies in federal, state and local governments. Intresys emerged as a market leader with the introduction of TurboCourt Interactive Intelligent Platform (TCP).
Its corporate headquarters are in San Mateo, CA.