We are excited to announce the launch of Interpreter IO.
This cloud-based computer system will allow District Court to manage interpreter scheduling efficiently. The system integrates many modern features, such as text and email notifications to interpreters when a job is available, text and email reminders to interpreters when scheduled for a job, and direct communication with interpreters through the database. This system offers much more and will be rolled out in phases:
Phase 1 of Interpreter IO launched on August 7th, 2023. During this phase, we are integrating our old data and getting all interpreters set up in the system to start utilizing the scheduling functions.
Phase 2 rollout will occur around November. During phase two, we will integrate staff into this system so that interpreter requests can be sent directly to the Interpreter Coordinator via the database. We will also develop standardized policies and procedures for how internal and external users work in the system.
Phase 3 rollout will occur in December. The final rollout will integrate external stakeholders into the system. This will allow internal stakeholders to submit interpreter requests directly to the Interpreter Coordinator via the database.
As we move through this implementation, we hope to discover additional efficiencies for court users and will provide updates as changes occur. If you have any suggestions or questions about the system, please contact the Interpreter Coordinator, Korinne Wells, Anya Crossland, or Bryan Farrell.