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Greene County goes online with Odyssey CMS

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The Greene County courts and clerk have adopted the use of the Indiana Supreme Court online Odyssey Case Management System. Odyssey connects counties to a continually growing network of courts, clerks, law enforcement, and other state agencies. Currently, 89 courts in 30 counties are using Odyssey.

The upgrade to Odyssey in Greene County, announced Friday, is part of the Supreme Court’s effort to equip every trial court with a modern, streamlined case management system.

Greene County Clerk Susan Fowler said Odyssey will make record management easier. “Before, we used a book-based system and had to look through the paper index for court records,” she said. “With Odyssey, the record keeping and financial system is simplified and efficient. Our customers also appreciate the 24-hour access to Odyssey, which means they don’t always need to come to the courthouse.”

For more information on the Indiana Supreme Court’s technology projects, visit courts.in.gov/jtac.

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