Attorney General Brathwaite maintained that the benefits to be derived from the new system should be embraced, adding that users of the laws, as well as the general public, will have easy access to the updated versions of the laws of Barbados.
The Irosoft Legislative Information Management Systems project, which is being launched by the Attorney General’s office Thursday, looks to help the government draft legislation more efficiently and make the laws available over the internet.
Each foretold revolution brings its share of promises, and semantic Web (or Web 3.0) is no exception. Yet again, once the paradigm has been assimilated, good managers will need to arm themselves with a profitability analysis in order to determine the possible return on investments, whether tangible or not, before proceeding to funding.
Full story here. Irosoft has quietly carved out a place for itself in the legal field, making it its specialty. A good choice, because if ever there was a field in which the use of paper is omnipresent, it is this one.