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a360inc Expands CourtXpress to Illinois

On Thursday, CourtXpress, an e-filing service of a360inc, announced that it has expanded its e-filing service to include the state of Illinois. Since its launch in 2012, CourtXpress has conducted over 1.2 million filings.

CourtXpress is a certified Electronic Filing Service Provider through eFileIL. With the certification comes an assurance that CourtXpress’ integration with the state’s central electronic filing manager service is compliant and that all filings and documents use established standards for uniform filings. According to a360inc, CourtXpress “completely transforms the way that law firms handle the filings of their pleadings today.”

“Ensuring that our technology solutions address the needs of our law firm and mortgage industry clients is a core objective for a360inc. And the convergence of these solutions into one technology platform ecosystem enables our clients to leverage one vendor relationship to achieve a variety of operational benefits. The expansion of CourtXpress into the Illinois market is part of our strategic expansion in the e-filling arena,” said a360inc CEO Scott Brinkley.

“Our core objectives are focused on improving the efficiency and profitability of law firms while ensuring they meet or exceed their clients’ expectations. Every product and service we introduce, including this new service to firms in Illinois, are focused entirely on achieving that objective,” said a360inc COO Jan Duke.

Concierge e-Filing with CourtXpress includes eService, detailed confirmation, receipt documents, and reporting, splitting and organizing filings in accordance with individual clerk requirements, along with expert quality control review. CourtXpress also provides direct integration to a law firms case management system and service of process vendors, eliminating the need to re-key pertinent data. a360inc is based in Carrollton, Texas with offices in Tampa, Florida; Colorado Springs, Colorado; Detroit; Chicago; New London, Connecticut; Jacksonville, Florida; and St. Louis.

About Author: Seth Welborn

Seth Welborn is a Harding University graduate with a degree in English and a minor in writing. He is a contributing writer for MReport. An East Texas Native, he has studied abroad in Athens, Greece and works part-time as a photographer.

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