QICDRC and CrimsonLogic sign agreement

 19 Mar 2017 - 0:27

QICDRC and CrimsonLogic sign agreement
FROM RIGHT: QICDRC CEO Faisal Al Sahouti, Singapore's Ambassador to Qatar Jai Sohan Singh; and QFC Authority CEO Yousuf Al-Jaida.

The Peninsula

The Qatar International Court and Dispute Resolution Centre (QICDRC) has signed an agreement with Singaporean case management solution firm CrimsonLogic. The CEO of QICDRC,  Faisal Al- Sahouti, the Ambassador to Singapore, . Jai Sohan Singh and the CEO of QFC Authority, Yousuf Al-Jaida were among others who attended the event.
The state-of-the-art Qatari court is renowned for its technological capabilities, including its e-filing and virtual court offerings, and impressive facilities. In line with constantly striving to offer users an efficient judicial process, CrimsonLogic technology will bring various benefits to three distinct groups: court users, internal staff and the judiciary.
Elaborating on the project, QICDRC CEO Faisal Al Sahouti, said “The QICDRC aims to offer the most modern ‘smart’ court in the world, enhancing its availability to court users across the globe, making it possible to file pleadings, receive orders and judgments and attend hearings virtually without the need for ever stepping foot inside a courtroom.”
Adopting the CrimsonLogic approach will encourage all involved parties within the courts to e-file documents that will lead to an overall faster, cost-efficient and environmentally-friendly approach to litigation. The specially designed Case Management System (CMS) will be available for use in 2018, following implementation at the QICDRC.