The Egypt Ministry of Justice’s (MOJ) Economic Courts (EC) will be able to provide quicker and more accessible justice to Egyptians using the Microsoft Dynamics 365 based digital justice platform. This is a collaboration between the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT), Microsoft Egypt and local Microsoft partner, Link Development.
Egypt’s EC is a specialized court that focuses on resolving economic and commercial disputes. Entrusted with serving citizens and safeguarding local and foreign investments in Egypt. The EC is the first judicial body to take a full digitalization leap to boost the justice system’s performance and improve the county’s worldwide bank ranking.
Based on D365, Link Development has delivered a flagship digital justice platform with a powerful backend that automates and integrates end-to-end judiciary processes and services. Including legal case filing, assignment, scheduling, distribution, transfers, management, and others.
Through an integrated online portal, citizens, lawyers, and legal case stakeholders can register, e-file new cases, follow up on cases’ progress, set appointments, receive judges’ decisions, make e-payments, and more.
“Automating Egypt’s Economic Courts is part of the government’s digitalization strategy to create a more productive and transparent justice system that citizens and investors can rely on“. Says, Counselor Ahmed Khairy, Assistant Minister of Justice, Egypt Economic Courts. It’s a national project driven by his excellency Abd El Fatah Al Sisi’s directives to realize Egypt’s 2030 vision. We are happy with the measurable performance improvements delivered by the digital justice platform since its launch. We are very impressed too with Link Development for facilitating our digital transformation”, he adds.
Mirna Aref, General Manager, Microsoft Egypt: “We believe that Egypt Economic Courts’ Digital Justice Platform is a key milestone in accelerating digital transformation across the judiciary system in Egypt. The digital justice platform will empower EEC’s and the Ministry of Justice to serve justice with greater efficiency and transparency, in an integrated, secure and intelligent way. At Microsoft, we stand ready to partner with government entities in Egypt to promote the adoption of digital services across all sectors, enabling a competitive digital economy in line with Egypt Vision 2030. We trust that our partners, such as Link Development, can achieve more success stories in driving the government’s digital transformation.”
“We are honored to cooperate with Egypt’s Economic Courts“, says Joseph Sameh, Business Solutions, General Manager, Link Development. He adds, “The automation, customization, and integration of such a matrix of mission-critical judicial processes and legal case practices have been an invigorating mission. We will continue to enrich the D365 e-justice platform and put our resources, knowledge, and expertise to help Egypt’s Economic Courts achieve their digital vision and growth.”
The first phase of digitalization of the Economic Courts was launched during Cairo ICT 2020. The fresh milestone includes the roll-out of new e-services and tools.
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