Court Kiosk – Is Your Jury Operation ADA Compliant?

April 5, 2016By Dave TimmersIn The News

March 29, 2016 – from Courthouse Technologies The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is a Federal civil rights law that prohibits discrimination against people with disabilities. Under this law, people with disabilities are entitled to all of the rights, privileges, advantages, and opportunities that others have when participating in civic activities, including jury duty. This can apply to the physical access required to be a juror like courthouse or courtroom access as well as self-service functions available to the public, like online services, communications, and software. The question, then, is how can your jury management system accommodate someone with a […]

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Why Made in America is Important – by Team Mighty

October 21, 2014By Dave TimmersKIosk Manufacturer, Opinion Editorial

Some kiosk companies out there have U.S. operations and even do some production here, but also import enclosures made overseas – both their kiosk and tablet enclosures. Some just have an office in the U.S. and build everything overseas. This is bad for customers and bad for the U.S. economy. Which is why they make it hard to see they do this on their web sites. One major kiosk company even dedicates a whole page to “Buy American” but imports its “tablet kiosk” enclosures from Asia. That’s just wrong. And it makes it hard for customers to make an informed […]

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