Highlighted Features (Each video best viewed Full Screen)

Runs in your browser
Class Act Web is built to use the latest modern browsers (IE, Firefox, Chrome, Safari).  By taking advantage of javascript and AJAX technologies, the interface is responsive and efficient. 

In this video, you can see Class Act Web running under Internet Explorer 8.  You can also see My Cases (the clerk's working case history) in this video. 

These videos are best viewed Full Screen.  You can find the Full Screen icon on the video player. 
Case Summary
Case Summary
The Case Summary shows the at-a-glance status of the current case.  From this screen, the user can see the filing dates, various statuses, applied monies, deputies and judges involved, etc. 

In the lower half of the Case Summary is the list of parties and attorneys, color coded, and rich in detail. 

Child cases of consolidated cases are also included in the Parties Tree. 
Calendar History (Calendars, Notices, Minute Orders)
Calendar History
Class Act offers full support for Calendars, Notices and Minute Orders, all conveniently accessible from our Calendar History page. 

This page allows the clerk to create, edit, view and manage the case. 

The Minute Order has been highly optimized for keyboard data entry allowing the clerk to keep up with court proceedings without having to think about their next steps.  (We like to call our Minute Orders "half-a-minute orders")
Integrated Fax Management
Integrated FAX
NEW Module for 2009/Q3!

Now, when attorneys and filing services fax their documents to the court, the clerk can directly receive, process, and file the documents into Class Act. 

We have eliminated the need for scanning and imaging!

Faxed documents are automatically filed into the Register of Actions reducing with a few clicks of the mouse. 
Register of Actions (ROA)
Register of Actions
Our Register of Actions page is rich in features:

-  the user can view the events in any order desired. 
-  the list of events can be filtered to assist when searching for particular items. 
-  color codes indicate various types of events
-  faxed documents are viewable by simply clicking on the appropriate event
-  manually scanned documents are also viewable
-  and much more!
Dot Searching (TM)
Dot Search
Our unique Dot Searching feature allows the user to look up values using easy-to-memorize codes, or to use partial text searching, or a combination of both. 

When presented with lists of event codes, new users and trainees are able to quickly navigate and learn Class Act. 

User training becomes much easier and reduces the learning curve. 
User-friendly grids
Grid Filters
Every grid in Class Act can be filtered to simplify the task of searching for a particular record. 

Not sure of the name of the party?  Type in a part of their name. 

In addition to the grid filter, most grids can be sorted and grouped by any column, or even exported to Microsoft Excel. 
Receipting in Class Act requires only a few clicks of the mouse and a few keystrokes. 

Payments can be made in cash, checks, credit cards, or any combination thereof. 

Automatic calculations and numerous error checks ensure that monies are entered correctly the first time.  When the right data goes in, accounting becomes a breeze. 
Reporting System
An example of our reporting system is seen in this video. 

All our reports use a reporting engine which can be configured to run on a separate server distributing the loads and demands on the hardware. 

Here, you can see our receipt being previewed on screen before being printed.