Meet Jeff Nadler, Court Solutions Strategist
Jeff Nadler brings his experience in case flow management and court operations to MicroPact
MicroPact is delighted to welcome Jeff Nadler to the fold. His unique perspective on the case management needs of court systems is a perfect complement to the expertise of the MicroPact courts team. Adding his understanding of the inner-workings of courts and justice agencies will help MicroPact leverage our current success to help even more court systems improve their operations.
What is your background?
I’ve been working in court operations for over twenty years. I was personally trained in “Caseflow Management” by the individual who coined the term in the 1970’s, Maureen Solomon. I was also certified by the ICM in June, 1998 on “Caseflow Management.”
I have implemented programs to improve automation of the courts and improve the quality of the administration of justice, starting with the Arizona Supreme Court. I’ve implemented technology systems specifically designed for court systems, and most recently have been a court technology consultant.
Away from court systems, I also have a background in sports. I was a defensive back at Florida State—I was the back-up for Deion Sanders, Tracy Sanders, and Martin Mayhew. Then, I was a professional arm-wrestler for about twenty years, consistently being ranked in the top 5 in the world. In 1986, I set a world record of a 350 pound one handed wrist curl. And more recently, I compete in professional golf long driving competitions. I think sports requires the same kind of discipline and drive that I bring to my work, so they complement each other.
What brings you to MicroPact?
I see a tremendous opportunity in the court technology space where an even greater number of organizations can benefit from MicroPact’s court case management capabilities. When I got my first demo of entellitrak I was blown away by how configurable it is. I haven’t seen any competitive products with that level of configurability – it’s something that the Courts market sorely needs. Also MicroPact already serves half of the county courts in Georgia – I’d like to help us reach that level of adoption throughout the nation. Improvements in case management lead directly to improvements in the administration of justice, and MicroPact is the leader in case management solutions. There are over 10,000 limited and general jurisdiction courts that could benefit from our solutions. That’s an exciting prospect.
What are the keys to success in serving the courts market?
Of course, you must have the right products that support the right processes—which is why you need someone who knows the way courts and justice agencies work to be involved in creating the applications.
But more than that, you need to have relationships with people. You need to know who to talk to, and what they’re looking for. I’ve been fortunate enough to meet people across the country, and I make a point to stay up-to-date on the needs of over 100 courts at all times. That network is absolutely crucial for making a dent in this market.
What’s your plan for 2019?
MicroPact has a strong portfolio for the courts market, with a proven track record of success. Other solutions in the market are neither as stable nor as powerful. Now is a great time to reach out to all of the people I’ve met along the way and make sure all of them know that MicroPact is a better choice.
And of course, I’ll keep working on my golf swing.
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