Softplan Planejamento e Sistemas Ltda.

Softplan a brazilian company that is working in the digital transformation in the country. We deliver solutions in Justice, Construction and Public Management since 1990. In the Legal segment, we are the Latin America market leader in technology for Justice, serving 7 State Courts (including São Paulo, the world's biggest court), Public Ministries and Public Attorneys with SAJ – Judiciary Automatization System, our solution that manages processual flows. It is estimated that 50% of all legal claims go through one of our systems. We also operate in the private practice, always researching to deliver the most advanced technology to our clients. To make a faster and more transparent Justice, our solutions are being developed with Artificial Intelligence, Analytics, Jurimetrics. We anticipate the future, helping companies and institutions to understand the legal claims behavior, including what have happened and what will happen, with the highest assertiveness rate in the market.


Overview

StatusActive
CategoryAnalytics
HeadquartersFlorianópolis, SC
Founded1990
Tags analytics, artificial intelligence, jurimetric, legal, justice, lawtech, technology
Websitewww.softplan.com.br
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