Key CT Milestones

 

1892 The Corporation Trust Company of New Jersey is organized. 
1895 CT becomes the first company to assist lawyers with the details of incorporating and qualifying corporations in all states and territories. 
1899 CT's first New York office opens. 
1955 CT exceeds 75,000 units of statutory representation (domestic and foreign units). 
1970 CT begins providing a computerized law office management system to attorneys via its new subsidiary, CT Law Technology, Inc. 
1974 CT exceeds 250,000 units of statutory representation (domestic and foreign units). 
1983 CT acquires Trademark Service Corporation, subsequently named CCH Corsearch. 
1992 CT introduces CTAdvantage, a software package for legal professionals that incorporates information resources, electronic filing preparation, online access to public records and document ordering. 
1995 CT Corporation and CCH are acquired by Wolters Kluwer, a multi-national information services company based in the Netherlands with operations in 26 countries. CT becomes a sister company of CCH within the Wolters Kluwer organization. 
1995 CT Corporation launches CTAdvantage.com, a suite of Web-based tools for completing business entity filing and searching projects, and managing representation and company records. 
1999 CT acquires several UCC businesses, including Document Resources, DataFile Services and AccuSearch, to form UCC Direct Services.
2000 CT Corporation adopts Six Sigma as a foundation for speed and accuracy.
2002 CT Corporation launches hCue®, a Web-based corporate governance workspace for corporate secretaries. 
2003 CT acquires TyMetrix and begins offering Web-based electronic billing and collaborative matter management applications. 
2004 Wolters Kluwer acquires Summation, the leading integrated support software supplier, producers of Summation and CaseVault. 
2005 CT unveils Universal Service of Process for direct access into matter management and e-billing applications. 
2005 Wolters Kluwer acquires Tripoint, an innovative software development company specializing in legal industry electronic invoicing and matter management systems, to be part of CT TyMetrix. 
2006 CT announces its reorganization into four business units: Compliance & Governance, UCC Solutions, Litigation Solutions, and Trademark Solutions. 
2006 TyMetrix and Tripoint officially become CT TyMetrix, part of CT's Litigation Solutions unit. 
2006 Summation and CaseVault officially become CT Summation and CT Summation CaseVault, part of CT's Litigation Solutions unit. 
2006 CCH Corsearch officially becomes CT Corsearch, anchoring CT’s Trademark Solutions unit. 
  CT Corsearch expands into China with strategic partner Marksman to provide IP investigative and protection services. 
2007 CT partners with One Legal to create the first nationwide court filing and retrieval service. 
  Wolters Kluwer acquires Discovery Cracker, the innovative e-discovery processing software, to be part of CT Summation. 
  CT advances commitment to quality with SAS 70 Type II Certification. 
  CT Tymetrix expands globally with offices in the United Kingdom. 
  CT Summation products win Law Technology News awards for the 2nd consecutive year. 
  CT’s hCue wins Law Technology News’ premiere award for the records management software category. 
2008 UCC Direct becomes CT Lien Solutions, to reflect expansion into Real Property services and DMV/Titling services. 
  CT Corporation relaunches CTAdvantage as a one-stop Web tool for corporate compliance and due diligence, uniquely organized around customer work processes. 
  CT Summation partners with IVIZE, the leading national discovery management and litigation support organization to offer online eDiscovery hosting. 
  CT Lien Solutions upgrades their Web-based Mortgage Document Processing System, automating a time and labor intensive process.