One of the leading indigenous ICT firms, 4tune Technologies limited has introduced a FREE e- filing software solution developed to ease administration of Justice as part of their cooperate social responsibility and to help in the development of judiciary in Nigeria.
The effectiveness of a country’s judicial system can be measured by the efficacy of its access to justice.
Today, almost every important aspect of our lives is tailoring towards the use of Information Communication Technology for better efficiency, and the case of access to justice system in Nigeria is not different from the rest of the world.
The software developer and the team lead, Fatai Abiodun said the system was designed with the fault-tolerant methodology for digitalization of the litigation processes from start to finish, configured with an audit trail that promotes system integrity.
“As a firm, we see this little contribution as a sacrifice to complement the existing effort of the stakeholders in the administration of justice.
“At 4tune Technologies, we decided to make the application FREE of charge so as to remove the stress of litigation and to make justice accessible, as they say Justice delayed is justice denied.
“There is also a platform for lawyers and chambers to have access to the archive of what they have filed in the court in the past for future task and assignment re-usability. We believe that one should not stress himself with what a computer can do. With this development, it means justice delivery will be faster than expected and this would mean a lot to us and our existence.
“We plead that you key into this and allow the justice sector in your state/community to thrive. The e-court application has been designed using the latest technology framework in line with a global and international best coding standard.
“The application is user friendly in the essence that if one can operate an email account, then one can use it conveniently.
“What is needed for your court to benefit, is just to give us a call on 08072464004 and the rest would be history.
“The application has been tested, plugged and played. It’s no longer rocket science, It is real.” Fatai Abiodun narrated.