RDO is pleased to announce its partnership with Journal Technologies, a leading provider of court case management software and services.
Journal Technologies, a leading provider of court case management software and services, is pleased to announce its partnership with RDO, a leading provider of online dispute resolution (ODR) technology.
The collaboration will connect RDO’s cutting-edge dispute resolution technology with Journal Technologies' world class case management platform, providing a pathway for Journal Technologies' clients to offer online dispute resolution services to their constituents via a seamless, user-friendly experience for parties involved in a dispute.
"We are excited to partner with RDO to bring their expertise in online dispute resolution to our clients," observes Danny Hemnani, CEO of Journal Technologies, "and by connecting RDO’s technology with our platform, we are able to offer an additional integration solution to our clients.”
Resolve Disputes Online's ODR platform enables parties to resolve disputes through a secure online portal, with features such as video conferencing, electronic document exchange, settlement and decision builders and neutral third-party facilitation. The platform also offers analytics and reporting capabilities, which will allow Journal's clients to track the progress of disputes and identify areas for improvement.
Resolve Disputes Online's co-founder, Joe Al-Khayat, also expressed enthusiasm about the partnership: "We are thrilled to partner with Journal Technologies, a leading provider of court case management software. Our platform is designed to offer a fast, efficient, and cost-effective way to resolve disputes, and we believe that this partnership will enable us to reach a wider audience and make a significant impact on courts and tribunals worldwide.”
The partnership between Journal Technologies and Resolve Disputes Online is a testament to the companies' shared commitment to innovation and customer satisfaction. By leveraging the latest in online dispute resolution technology, the collaboration will benefit clients by improving access to justice, reducing the costs and time associated with traditional dispute resolution methods, and providing a more efficient and effective way to resolve disputes.
About Journal Technologies:
At Journal Technologies, we build and implement software products that help deliver a more just and accountable society by enabling courts, prosecutors, defenders, probation/supervision agencies and their employees to deliver services in their jurisdictions and communities. Our products are used by thousands of justice professionals in forty-two US states, Canada, and Australia. Find out more at
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