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Odlanicka-Poczobutt Monika (Politechnika Śląska), Kulińska Ewa (Politechnika Opolska)
Elektroniczne systemy zarządzania sprawami jako przykład dobrych praktyk
Electronic Case Management Systems as an Example of Good Practice
Zeszyty Naukowe Uniwersytetu Szczecińskiego. Ekonomiczne Problemy Usług, 2015, nr 117, s. 541-550, rys., bibliogr. 20 poz.
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W ciągu ostatnich lat zainteresowanie technologią informatyczną w sądach znacznie wzrosło, a wpływ ICT na działalność sądów jest już zauważalny, głównie ze względu na czynniki ekonomiczne. Celem artykułu było przedstawienie zasad tworzenia i funkcjonowania systemów zarządzani sprawami (ang. Case Management Systems) oraz przedstawienie przykładów dobrych praktyk w tym zakresie w wybranych krajach. Istotne kwestie związane z możliwościami korzystania z takich rozwiązań w systemie sądownictwa będą podstawą dalszych szczegółowych badań. (abstrakt autora)

In the past few years, interest in information technology in the courts has increased significantly, so the ability to use this kind of technology to enhance and improve the effectiveness of the judiciary should be developed. The impact of ICT on the activity of the courts is now noticeable mainly due to economic factors, indicating a huge savings from the offered opportunities The purpose of the article was to introduce the principles of creation and operation of Case Management Systems and to provide examples of good practice in this field in the selected countries. In fact, this electronic systems were in any case a positive impact on the courts, providing improved administrative processes, which made it better they can follow the course of events, to introduce improvements the actual processes and to communicate with other bodies. Relevant issues related to the possibilities of using such solutions in the judicial system will provide the basis for further, indepth research. (author's abstract)
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