E-courts to help resolve legal cases faster

Diwakar Nigam co-founded Newgen in 1992 with a vision of paperless office with technological innovation.

Published: 24th October 2018 10:25 PM  |   Last Updated: 25th October 2018 07:30 AM   |  A+A-

Express News Service

BENGALURU : Newgen Software Technologies Limited, a software development company headquartered in New Delhi, with their e-courts solution tries to help courts and judicial organisations to conduct comprehensive investigations, resolve cases faster, and offer increased transparency and accountability. The solution offers visibility of cases, past judgments and proofs, enabling better decision making. It helps with archival of documents and information and offers information security features, such as encryption and rights-based access, allowing easier access to information. 

The company has also implemented an Electronic Document Management System for Life Insurance Corporation of India, which is helpful to access the policy documents of the customers across the country anywhere and anytime.  

Diwakar Nigam co-founded Newgen in 1992 with a vision of paperless office with technological innovation. He says: “The company’s solutions for leading banks and insurance companies have helped in streamlining and automating their processes. This is because of the combination of imaging, automated signature verification, digitised storage, and retrieval, archival and back-office processing workflow.”

“We see a lot of traction for our business solutions and products in the government and pharmaceutical sector. We are committed to strengthening our investments in research and development; sales and marketing efforts to expand our presence in the southern region,” he adds.

He plans to expand their strategic business applications to new verticals. They are also focusing on research and development to expand product portfolio. “We also have plans to expand business in selected markets, including the US and UK,” he says.


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