DuPage County, IL, under the leadership of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Candice Adams, announced that it has selected Quicket, the leading cloud-based software platform for the public sector, to provide an enterprise-wide software solution. DuPage is the second largest county in Illinois with approximately 933,000 residents and 80 law enforcement agencies. Quicket will deploy in the first half of 2022 a comprehensive set of capabilities include electronic citations (eCitations), mobile reporting, and analytic dashboards to approximately 2,500 users. Individual agencies also have the ability to add-on many additional software modules including online payments, administrative hearing/adjudication management, NIBRS-native records management, property/evidence, and more.
The multi-year $1.2M contract was awarded to Quicket over legacy competitors due to its ease-of-use, superior pricing, and demonstrated experience handling large-scale implementations. “With thousands of users across the State of Illinois and beyond, Quicket is the proven next-generation solution that truly unifies workflows into a single and consistent platform”, said Christiaan Burner, CEO of Quicket Solutions. “We look forward to the opportunity to serve one of the largest counties in the United States and deliver a seamless ‘car-to-court’ electronic workflow that will increase officer safety and convenience.”
Quicket is headquartered in Chicago, IL with satellite operations across the United States and international locations.