Intertech’s software aims for swift justice



By Wendy Lee, Star Tribune

“Officials say that perhaps as far back as statehood, charging someone has required signatures of approval from a county attorney, police officer and a judge before the charges become public. The process of transporting the paper complaint from office to office can take days, wasting time and money in a budget-tight era.

Enter Eagan-based software and consulting firm Intertech. The company won a contract from the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension to revamp the system.”

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