SSS Process Connects Water Ministry to Justice
SSS Process, the Arab firm specialized in providing e-government services and software solutions, has won a tender to connect the Jordanian Water Authority to "Mizan", court organization system that belongs to Justice Ministry.
To accommodate this interconnection, the Saudi-Jordanian company needs to employ their full technical capabilities to build a system that will allow the legal departments at the Water Authority to connect with Mizan system to follow up on their legal proceedings with ease.
Alaa Ensheiwat, Chief Executive Officer of SSS Process said: "This project falls under Justice Ministry's effort to support their interconnectivity with the rest of the Jordanian ministries, aiming at facilitating legal proceedings and speeding them. This interconnectivity will save time and effort for all Water Authority and Judicial employees, in addition to protecting organizations and citizens rights.
Ensheiwat forecasted connecting all Ministries and concerned organizations in the near future with Mizan.
He also emphasized SSS Process determination to employ its experience in building and implementing e-government solutions to come up with a connection matrix that answer to all future expectations and current needs of the project.
Alaa illustrated that the system based on Microsoft .Net will allow legal departments in Water Authority to pursue all their cases, name of the court where the case is, name of the judge who'll preside the hearing, trial date, in addition to location and the stage to which each case have reached. The system offers various, comprehensible search channels which were built especially for this project.
It is worth mentioning that Mizan, which was funded by the USAID, is a system specialized in organizing Jordanian courts operations and automating all their related departments. The system has been implemented in all legal departments and establishments: Conciliation Courts, Appeals Courts, the Cassation Court, Human Rights Department, District Attorney's office, and the execution courts.