Thursday, October 19, 2017

Clerk Bot

Craig Van Brussel, Chief Technology Officer in the First Judicial District of Florida shared news about their testing of “Robotic Process Automation” that was developed by Computing Systems Innovations (CSI) in Orlando.  More below:

Back in January 2017, CSI announced Intellidact RPA™.  The press release explains:
“Intellidact’s robotic process automation solution records how users navigate applications, make decisions, and perform data entry tasks. When new documents arrive for processing, Intellidact’s software robots replay the recorded navigation and data entry steps, using data provided from Intellidact LBX™ data extraction. Intellidact software robots provide a virtual workforce that expands as needed to handle additional document workloads and perform data entry tasks with zero mistakes. 
Intellidact RPA provides users with “do it yourself” software tools to automate any software application, any workflow, using any data element, off of any electronic document. 
“Intellidact’s software robots allow customers to automate their document workflows, enable 24x7x365 autonomous processing of documents, and reduce document processing labor costs,” said Henry Sal, President of CSI. “Intellidact RPA allows customers to rapidly automate their business processes without the delays inherent with traditional data integration approaches."

Craig writes that their early test results show that Clerk Bot in the Okaloosa County Clerk of Courts office ( ) takes about two minutes versus seven minutes for a human to enter the same information into their CMS.  He also notes that they plan further testing by integrating it into the Florida EPortal electronic filing system.


1 comment:

  1. I would also like to recognize the Okaloosa County Clerk of Court, JD Peacock II for his great support of this work. To read more about JD see: Well done!