A new way of working and thinking

FTR is launching a revolutionary new way to work with the recordtoday at the heavily anticipated and well-attended Court Technology Conference (CTC) in Baltimore, MD.

CTC is a bi-annual event that sees court executives, judges and technologists from around the world come together for two days to discuss the latest best practice and emerging innovations and opportunities in court technology.

At this event, we’ll be launching two new things – a new approach to working with the digital court record, and a new company vision.

Our new way of working – FTR Falcon – offers immediate benefits for our customers. Falcon is FTR’s comprehensive, end-to-end solution that covers all aspects of working with the digital court record.

FTR Falcon introduces significant time and cost efficiencies in capturing, managing, controlling, publishing and playing back the digital record, including:

  • Live file distribution to court reporting teams working in or outside the courthouse.
  • Valuable visibility and control of who accesses the record and when.
  • Reduced time and labor costs via online ordering and delivery of audio and transcripts.
  • 24/7 online availability of testimony for efficient review for Judges and lawyers.

We are also launching an exciting change in how we think and work as a company. We’ve recently been acquired by Record Holdings, a company that cares about the integrity and future of the record just as much as we do. We’ve combined the development and product innovation teams from Court Record Solutions with our own to form a dynamic and knowledgeable development house known as FTR Labs. That process has given us an opportunity to step back and look at our values and our reason for being here – to make sure the record can be created every time, and accessed whenever it needs to be. Over the next few months we’ll be working with you to ensure we are on target.

From the 17th to the 19th of September, the FTR team will be on booth 730. Please drop by – we are looking forward to meeting you to discuss how the digital court record works for you today, and how it could work in the future.


Tony Douglass