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Accenture Aims to Integrate Canary Islands, Spanish Judicial Info Systems

Accenture logo_EBizAccenture will work to integrate the Canary Islands’ judicial information system with systems used by Spain’s justice ministry, national police and regional police forces.

The company said Tuesday that its work to update the Atlante II system is intended to automate court notifications. case processing and information sharing among a 4,200-user community.

The Canary Islands intends to refresh its workflow and gain insights into the regional department’s performance management functions with system data, Accenture said.

Spain wants its justice ministry, prosecutor offices and national judicial depository center to access an integrated system for exchanging information between the police and judiciary.

Judges, magistrates, prosecutors, coroners and civil servants are the intended users of the integrated system.

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