The following case study shows how Enformion for Civil Enforcement (ECE) can meet a Court’s skip tracing needs, both now and in the future.
The California Superior Court system in Orange County issued a Request for Proposal for Skip Tracing services from qualified vendors that could assist the Court in the resolution of debts owed.
Their unique situation and needs were an ideal match for the strengths of the Enformion platform.
The Court’s debtors are often recently released from incarceration, or the information provided may no longer be valid, particularly if obtained before a period of imprisonment. To integrate effectively with the Court’s collections workflow, two data access methods, a web-based investigative research application, and a batch file processing service were required to extract and integrate contact information from the data provider and into the Court’s case management system.
Government entities at all levels are experiencing financial challenges. Reasonable cost is another factor that sets Enformion for Civil Enforcement apart from the competition. ECE is offered for $60.00 per seat on GSA Schedule 70, NASPO ValuePoint Cloud Solutions, and the US Library of Congress’ FEDLINK.
Enformion proposed the Enformion for Civil Enforcement (ECE) product to meet the Court’s needs. ECE includes features and data content to meet all of the Court’s use case requirements, while also including Enformion’s batch file services with an upgrade path to our web services API gateway when the Court is ready.
Our primary goal was to provide a web services API and batch file processing, enabling an upgrade path for systems modernization.
In addition to the minimum requirements, ECE also adds:
Supports pretrial discovery investigations for a range of civil enforcement regulation requirements
For agencies in the public sector, our specialized data solutions are available via government contracts. The quality of our data, stringent security and confidentiality practices and cost-effectiveness have all been thoroughly vetted.
For your convenience, download a printable copy of the California Superior Court, Orange County case study