Search Site with dtSearch
 
Advanced Web Demo
Cycom Data Systems Adds dtSearch to CityLaw / CountyLaw Case Management

“With dtSearch, our users can search and retrieve all of their documents across all case matters.”
QuoteSpacer

“Users can’t do without this feature now. We’re now including it in every installation.”
Cycom Data Systems, IncCycom Data Systems developed CityLaw / CountyLaw for city and county governments. This comprehensive system for local government organizations provides case management, time management, contract management, claims processing, prosecution case management, document management, payment processing, billing and more.

For example, the litigation case management functionality tracks lawsuits from filing to disposition, including keeping records of basic case information such as case status, parties and opposing counsel. As part of litigation case management, the system also generates case calendars, dockets, case logs, and master staff calendars. And the system captures and tracks costs for contract counsel, departmental staff, general expenses, settlements, and awards. Finally, the system provides flexible reporting.

For full-text searching, Cycom chose to integrate the dtSearch Engine. The dtSearch Engine provides full-text indexed searching of documents maintained within CityLaw / CountyLaw. “With dtSearch, our users can search and retrieve all of their documents across all case matters,” explains Bob Jones, President of Cycom. “Users can’t do without this feature now. We’re now including it in every installation.”

An online demonstration of this system is available at www.cycominc.com. For additional information, please call 888-CYCOM88 or 888-292-6688, or email legal@cycominc.com
 
Return to Case Study Contents Page
 
Case studies are based on information obtained at the time a case study is written. Case study descriptions may not reflect the current status of an application. dtSearch Corp. cannot independently verify information contained within case studies. All information is provided subject to Terms of Use.