FTR Justice Cloud
Transform access to court records with groundbreaking technology—elevated into the cloud.
For over 30 years, For The Record has accelerated access to justice and set new industry standards for recording legal proceedings and managing official court content.
Now, those standards have been elevated to the cloud with FTR Justice Cloud, a comprehensive platform that revolutionizes court records access, management, and use for all stakeholders—from judges, attorneys, and court reporters to administrators, journalists, and the public.
Leveraging four key functionalities, FTR Justice Cloud:
Securely stores official court content and enables access to approved participants
Bridges the gap between audio capture and certified transcript production via speech-to-text processing, while increasing the accessibility and searchability of official court recordings
Enhances court operations by enabling immediate access, review, playback, and collaboration via a searchable, digital record, ultimately delivering invaluable insights into each court proceeding
Efficiently manages and distributes requests for official court content, including audio/video recordings, certified transcripts, and speech-to-text rough drafts
Your courtroom, elevated into the cloud.
Why FTR Justice Cloud?
Reduces costs and streamlines processes
- Shifting away from local storage to scalable cloud storage provides flexibility and delivers cost savings
- Automatic, cloud-based updates enhance the efficiency of IT departments
- Streamlined pricing structure simplifies budgetary processes and reduces overall costs
Optimizes allocation of resources
- Boost operational efficiencies by reducing the resources and administration required to effectively manage and process audio and transcript requests
Comprehensive security processes
- Security benefits for courts include automated security checks and protocols, user access monitoring and controls, digital cheksums for file verification, data encryption, and secure storage, archiving, and distribution of court content