Problems. Save Time.
One of the operational challenges facing courts today is
how to provide adequate, secure, and environmentally
safe storage for an ever-increasing volume of court
reporter notes. ACORN provides virtually
unlimited storage capacity and instant access to the
note files by authorized users.
is easy with ACORN.
ACORN is a web-based system for storing reporter
notes, dictionaries, and transcripts in digital format
for fast, secure access. Originally developed for
the Los Angeles County Superior Court in 1998, it is now
used by nearly 80% of the official court reporters in
California. ACORN is now available to
courts in all states.
The ACORN Solution
ACORN the storage problem, the retrieval problem,
and the security problem. All note files are
uploaded to a secure web server and stored in digital
format. Any authorized user at the court can
instantly retrieve any set of notes. Multiple
copies of all note files are created on the ACORN
servers to ensure data redundancy and security.
No Hardware. No Headaches.
ACORN is a web-based service. No hardware is
needed. Access to the Internet is the only
requirement. It works with virtually any court
reporter software program. The ACORN
service is available to the reporters and to the courts
Easy as 1...2...3.
ACORN is easy to learn and simple to use.
Everything is done from standard Windows-based web
pages. Training takes less than 10 minutes!
court reporters find ACORN to be a very
easy program to understand. The reduction in
time to mark paper notes and retrieve them, as
well as the reduction in the amount of floor space
required, make ACORN a Records Manager's
dream come true!
-- Terri Edwards, CSR, CMRS, Orange
County Superior Court Records Manager
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