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Local software to be showcased at tech conference in Long Beach, CA
Local software to be showcased at tech conference in Long Beach, CA

Manatee County—Manatee County Clerk of the Circuit Court & Comptroller, R.B. “Chips” Shore traveled to Long Beach, CA this week, where he will demonstrate the “Manatee Model,” an application developed to attach to court management systems, at the bi-annual Court Technology Conference, the premier showcase for new court technologies.

The “Manatee Model” is the concept envisioned by Shore and developed in conjunction with the Judges of the Twelfth Judicial Circuit that paves the way for a paperless courtroom for judges. With the use of artificial intelligence software developed by Mentis Technology Solutions, known as “aiSmartBench,” the Manatee Model allows judges to quickly and effectively manage cases in electronic format as easily as traditional paper files.

“I encourage anyone who is interested in learning more about the Manatee Model to visit www.ManateeClerk.com to view the informational video narrated by Judge Lee Haworth. As Judge Haworth explains, this software was developed by judges for judges and can be customized to meet each judge’s specific courtroom needs and preferences,” says R.B. “Chips” Shore, “this vision works because it’s so simple and cutting-edge. We are able to provide the judges the case information they need instantly at their fingertips. At a time when our court system is faced with increasing demands and decreasing funds, aiSmartBench™ helps us respond to these challenges."

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