N E W S R E L E A S E
Nov. 20, 2012
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Russell Seymour, Director, Economic Development
Conference launch puts incubator client on the map in North America
James City County Business and Technology Incubator (JCCBTI) client, Court Record Solutions Inc. (CRS) made a dramatic entry into the US market at the Court Technology Conference in Long Beach, California, after months of planning and working with JCCBTI officials.
The company, a subsidiary of Australia's Court Record Solutions Group Pty Ltd., came to the US to finalize the design and development of its US-centric product suite and launch at the October conference, a biannual event featuring the leaders in court technology. Court Record Solutions selected James City County as the company’s US headquarters as the result of a long-standing relationship with the Marshall-Wythe School of Law at the College of William & Mary and Professor Fred Lederer's Center for Legal and Court Technology. CRS joined JCCBTI in January 2011.
Court Record Solutions is a Software as a Service (SaaS) company offering productivity solutions for court record administrators and reporters. Their solutions enable same day court transcript production for the benefit of judges, lawyers and court reporters.
The conference was widely regarded as a success with significant interest in the new CRS products expressed from courts across the US and around the world.
Tony Douglass, CRS President and a renowned court technology expert, has worked alongside Professor Lederer numerous times since the birth of technology in the court records industry in the mid-1990s. Douglass stated, "The Incubator provided invaluable assistance to CRS in establishing business in the United States and preparing the company for its first major international conference."
Pilot projects utilizing CRS technology are presently underway in a number of key locations in the US and around the world.
JCCBTI was founded by James City County and its Economic Development Authority and is currently managed by the College of William & Mary. The Incubator offers its clients a wide-range of services tailored to their business’ individual needs, including educational programs through the Mason School of Business; development of business and financial plans; access to local service providers; and introduction to financing and funding resources. Incubator clients can range from fledgling companies to existing businesses that are transitioning to new locations.
Entrepreneurs who would like to find out more about becoming an Incubator client should contact Bill Bean at 757-221-7825 or email@example.com. More information about the Office of Economic Development is available at yesjamescitycountyva.com.