Senior members of the Nepalese Judiciary visited Malaysia recently to gain greater insights into the workings of the country’s digital courts platform, eCOURTS, OMESTI’s proprietary court infrastructure solution. The delegation comprised esteemed members of the Supreme Court, the Court of Appeal, the Registrar’s Office and the District Court, as well as the Ministry of Finance.
During the visit, which was coordinated by Malaysia’s Badan Kehakiman Department, the group met with the OMESTI eCOURTS team. The session was led by OMESTI Vice-Chairman Dato’ Mah Siew Kwok and Executive Director Ms Mah Xian-Zhen together with eCOURTS COO Rummel Sanusi, who said, “We are honoured to have welcomed such a high ranking delegation from Nepal. The visitors were very keen to know more about the improvements that can be achieved in addressing the challenges faced in the smooth administration of justice. We were able to share with them the various features of the eFILING and Case Management modules as well as the benefits of the Court Recording & Transcription system.”
OMESTI is currently engaged in the development and deployment of Phase 2 of the eCOURTS platform, due for roll out across Peninsular Malaysia during the first half of 2017. The new system includes enhanced eFILING and Case Management modules, an eBIDDING module and a mobile app and is set to deliver the next level of court digitisation and increased user footprint.