Piql transforming judiciary archives in India
The High Court of Madhya Pradesh needed an innovative solution for long-term storage of historical legal documents. Piql provides unmatched services to meet the requirements of data storage for the judiciary sector. No other solution can be as affordable, appropriate, or efficient in long-term digital storage.
High Courts in India collect large volumes of valuable data that must be stored for long-periods of time. Much of this data has been paper-based with many courts now looking to digitise their paper storage due to rising storage costs.
The High Court of Madhya Pradesh needed digitisation and preservation of more than 50 million A4 pages of historical court cases.
Piql was engaged via Tata Consultancy to provide this service. Piql’s offering was unique and the only solution that was migration-free, offline, and suitable for long-term storage. No one in the traditional microfilm market can match the production speed and efficiency of Piql’s industrial-grade system, or our affordability for long-term archival.
PiqlFilm is an offline storage medium, limiting electricity consumption, and is space-efficient compared to paper. Furthermore, our solution enables fast search and retrieval of individual documents. We do this by automatically extracting metadata and indexing information from the files, in combination with manually entered metadata.
Our solution also provided much-needed data security and integrity. The resilience and longevity of piql-Film was also of critical value to the High Court.