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Irosoft or the art of eliminating paper softly

22/12/2010

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.

Irosoft or the art of eliminating paper softly

22/12/2010

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.

R.S.Q., chapter R-2.2.0.0.2, An Act respecting the Compilation of Québec Laws and Regulations*

01/01/2010

Since January 1, 2010, Acts and regulations become official as soon as they are published on an information technology-based medium by the Québec Official Publisher.

* PDF version converted from the Québec Official Publisher website on January 20, 2010.

Making the law pay

01/10/2007

Published by the Language Industry Association (AILIA), the article illustrates how Irosoft technologies help governments edit, manage and publish laws and regulations. / Oct. 2007

Use of the software has increased productivity within Quebec's Ministry of Justice by 400 per cent and reduced updating delays from 12 months to a few weeks.

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Justice Department upgrade to ease legislative changes

18/10/2006

Wednesday, October 18, 2006
Justice Department upgrade to ease legislative changes
Montreal-based firm adds modules to existing information system

10/17/2006 4:50:00 PM
by Vawn Himmelsbach

The Department of Justice will be making it easier for citizens to access Canada’s acts and regulations through consolidation and “point-in-time” modules from Montreal-based Irosoft.

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