Synergy International Systems at the IACA Conference in Nur-Sultan

This week Synergy International Systems is participating in the 10th annual International Association for Court Administration (IACA) 2019 Conference in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan, the first time the conference is being held in Central Asia. Organized on 17-18 September, the conference will bring together judges and court administration from around the world to discuss the pressing issues facing court administrators today.

The delegates will be gathered around a comprehensive agenda focusing on enhancing access to justice, improving public trust and confidence, and achieving efficiency through innovation.

From left: Chief Justice Kazakhstan Hon. Zhakyp Asanov and Synergy’s Adam Watson


Halfway through the event, conference participants will have the opportunity to join the International Association of Judges at the International Justice Forum hosted by the Supreme Court of Kazakhstan.

On the first day of the event, Synergy Case Management Systems Program Director, Adam Watson, will be chairing a session titled “Emerging Technologies – Opportunities and Threats for Courts (AI, Smart Contract, Predictive Analytics, and Machine Learning)”.

“We’ll be discussing the advancement of technologies relevant to court administrators, including those on the cutting edge of implementation, as well as those that are further down the horizon. We’ll also be looking at the practical side of implementing these technologies, so this will give delegates a better understanding of when to embrace and when to avoid the latest trends,” says Mr. Watson.

Synergy has recently implemented machine learning on a pilot basis to help inform the allocation of cases in the most optimal way. Synergy is also researching how to combine its advanced analytical tools for monitoring and evaluation with emerging technology in artificial intelligence to inform results-based strategic planning. The company is also behind some of the most successful Case Management System implementations that have been modernizing entire justice sectors of countries from around the globe.