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Court Management Software
from Thomson Reuters

Efficiently manage your court’s
workflow – instead of it managing you

C-Track is a user-friendly, Web-based court case management system
designed to help you better manage your workflow, allowing your court
to process cases faster and more efficiently.

Adaptable and configurable

C-Track easily adapts to meet your court’s unique rules and critical processes. Rules can be changed quickly and easily without the need for technical support.

Adaptable and configurable
Evolve with technology

Evolve with technology

Our engineers are continually working on new enhancements to make C-Track software even more powerful, easier to use, and adaptable. As technology evolves, so does C-Track.

Process cases faster

C-Track allows for seamless standards-based integration with other internal and external systems to provide the most efficient, streamlined workflow possible.

Process cases faster
Reduce internal workload

Reduce internal workload

C-Track is comprehensive. It works for every user, across every function of the court, throughout every case type to decrease workload pressures throughout all court departments.

See how C-Track connects the dots between courts and communities

C-Track video (2:11)

C-Track also offers solutions for:

Learn about the C-Track suite of solutions

More than 150 years of
experience helping the bench
and bar uphold the law

Thomson Reuters understands the justice
system like no one else. Our rich history is the
foundation for our specialized expertise and deep
understanding of our customers.

What C-Track customers are saying

"After a thorough evaluation process, the solution Thomson Reuters presented was designed specifically for California's criminal case processing, including Judicial Council Forms. From the presentation, Sacramento was able to determine that their solution could best meet the criminal needs for our court."

Julie M. Earl
Judge, Sacramento Superior Court

White paper: The Future of Courts

Insights from common-law jurisdictions in the U.S., U.K., Australia, and elsewhere about the trends, opportunities, and challenges surrounding the modernization of the court system.

Download The Future of Courts