On 11th June 2019 at Lemgo Hotel in Kigali, there Ministry of Justice and CMS started an International conference on role of CMS for justice, system integration development. The synergy CMS officer said that CMS is unique designed to meet justice sector needs. The case analysis and reporting tracking court performance helps to bring accountability in the judicially synergy CMC’s reporting module of law automates the production of customizable reports, list chart and public views. Allowing the controlled publication of performance information and increased transparency and accountability. Reports, charts and graphics can be exported to Word, Excel, PDF and etc. Synergy showed the case management system.

It enables government to improve their justice sector needs, justice system by automating court process, monitoring case activities and supporting decision making through the use of real time data and analytics. It also strengthens the accessibility and integrity of the justice system by enabling citizens to inter face electronically with judicial bodies and services. Synergy -CMS provides complete set of functionalities that includes online data entry, analytics, reporting, work flow management and system administration. An electronic case filing block logs of unprocessed cases are a major challenge for court systems with limited resources. With the online data entry capacities of synergy CMS, use can enter new case records and also update and save existing case record in fully searchable database. Lawyers can also file case documents electronically, reducing the burden of paperwork on court system.

Minister of justice Mr. JOHNSON BUSINGE explained how important legal case management software is, he said CMS is a powerful workflow feature will allow administrators to set up the filling processing, approvals bases log on court regulations and protocols. He added that this system will enable court staff to easily do their work.”

ISCO also launched the pre-program project study on how they will do a follow-up the outside criminal records of detained serving by using electronic data. After the conference visitors visited the High Court chambers.













Umusozi Jali