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Launching Egypt's Economic Courts Digital Platform

Monday, Dec 13, 2021

Building a Complete D365 Case Management System to Serve the Nation in Record Time

Link Development, the global technology solutions provider and an A15 Holding company, is proud to announce that, under the auspices of Egypt’s Prime Minister and under the leadership of Egypt’s Ministry of Justice (MOJ) and Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT), and in collaboration with Microsoft Egypt, they officially launched the Dynamics 365-Based Digital Courts and Case Management Platform for Egypt Economic Courts, a critical milestone in Egypt’s transformation into "Digital Justice" and "Vision 2030".

In an official ceremony held on December 7th 2020, Counselor Omar Marwan, the Minister of Justice announced that, after a successful trial period, the Digital Courts platform will publicly operate across all eight economic courts in Egypt on the first of January 2022.

Counselor Marwan emphasized that it is a great accomplishment that sits at the heart of an overarching mission to digitalize justice in Egypt in compliance with the directives of his excellency Abd El Fatah Sisi's and Egypt 2030 Vision. He also attributed the success of the transformation to the efforts primed by his Excellency, Doctor Mostafa Madbouly, Egypt’s Prime Minister and the collaborative, relentless labor of MOJ, MCIT in addition to the Ministry of Finance and Ministry of Planning as well as Microsoft and Link Development as digital companies.

In his speech during the ceremony, Doctor Amr Talat, the Minister of Communications and Information technology stressed on the power of agility and intelligent technology customizations to implement powerful digital justice systems and keep them always modern to better serve justice stakeholders and fulfil the nation’s strategy for availing ease of access.

Doctor Talaat underscored the importance of the ongoing collaboration between MOJ and MCIT to quickly progress in the roadmap of transformation into complete digital justice in Egypt Economic Courts; an initiative that was kicked off last year in December. Today, Economic Courts digital platform for legal case management has a strong infrastructure and provides registration, process automation, case filing and secure document management, virtual hearings and more.


On her part Mirna Arif, General Manager, Microsoft Egypt said: At Microsoft, we are committed to providing best in class cloud computing solutions to further improve the judiciary services of the Economic Courts in line with Egypt’s “Digital Justice” vision. The digital courts platform is set to modernize court operations and digitize end to end court proceedings in a convenient, secure and transparent manner in order to attract foreign investment, improve the business environment and achieve sustainable economic growth."

"Our partnership with MOJ, MCIT and our partner Link Development truly speaks to our country’s mission of realizing “Digital Justice” through the modernization and digitization of Judicial Services in alignment with Egypt vision 2030. We stand ready to partner with the Egyptian government to achieve an impactful digital transformation journey across all sectors”, added Mirna. 

On his part, Hesham El Beih, CEO, Link Development said: “The Digital Courts platform for Egypt’s Economic Courts is an inspiring success story for the MOJ, MCIT, Microsoft and Link Development. Thanks to the unique collaborative spirit of esteemed counselors and judges at Economic Courts and their capability as strong organization to quickly embrace change, the platform was operational in a record time."

"I am thankful too my Link Development colleagues who built and customized the agile Dynamics 365 platform for legal case management to handle giant and intricate requirements with harmony, security and precision. Congratulations and looking forward to move in our ambitious digital transformation roadmap for justice", concluded Hesham. 

 

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