Odyssey vendor chosen to handle statewide e-filing

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Tyler Technologies Inc., which contracts with the Indiana judiciary to provide the Odyssey case management system to courts around the state, has been selected as the vendor that will manage statewide e-filing in trial courts.

The Division of State Court Administration announced the selection Tuesday after three potential vendors were named finalists in October 2014. Other finalists were Imagesoft Inc. and Intresys Inc. Four other bidders submitted proposals through a public notice of contracting opportunity process.

Tyler was chosen by a selection committee that included the Division of State Court Administration, a Circuit Court clerk, a member of the Indiana State Bar Association, and an e-filing expert, according to the announcement. The Supreme Court unanimously selected Tyler.

Chief Justice Loretta Rush has asked lawmakers for funding to get e-filing rolling in the next two years. At a budget hearing before the House Ways and Means Committee earlier this month, the court asked for $3.7 million in fiscal year 2016 and $4.9 million in FY 2017 for e-filing licensing and other fees.

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