Our 35-year history
OMTI has a long history of innovations in office management software for court reporting firms, records retrieval firms and related legal-support businesses.
A San Francisco Bay Area software consultant, Yong Lee, develops the first version of Reporterbase (RB) software to help court reporters manage their job scheduling and billing, establishing Reporterbase Software, Inc.
OMTI releases DOS versions of RB and MR.
OMTI relocates from San Francisco to Houston, TX, to better serve its growing national client base.
RB office management software for Windows operating system and RB Web online offices debut.
MR office management software for Windows operating systems debuts.
OMTI hosts its first annual user conference in Houston. The Team RB conference brings together legal support firm owners and managers from across the US and Canada to focus on technology and best business practices.
To reflect its use for tracking all kinds of records, Medical Records is renamed MetaRecords.
RB8 and RB Web 8, all new versions of the RB system, introduce new features such as a central case repository, SMS messaging, wireless/mobile access, Google Maps locator, data encryption and a word processor.
OMTI releases major upgrades to the MR product line.
A new version of RB PDF is released that provides many customization options clients had requested.
Thanks to RB Web’s new E-commerce capability, court reporting firms can maximize copy sales and speed invoice remittances.
OMTI releases plug-ins that bring full-text search and streaming media capabilities to RB Web online repositories.
Electronic billing is added to RB8.
OMTI moves back to the San Francisco Bay Area to be in closer proximity to the Korean development office and the technology hub of Silicon Valley.
OMTI releases meTranscripts™, providing attorneys with transcripts that are designed to work natively on mobile devices.
With meTranscripts™ come RB Transcript Packages, which bundle the new transcripts with all of their related files. Attorneys can view attached exhibits, videos and other files in context, in a browser just by tapping on links.
And real life imitates (programming) art with OMTI moving into their own office building in Burlingame, CA before the end of the year.
OMTI celebrates its 30th anniversary by releasing RB8 Cloud, a cloud-based version of RB8 that eliminates the need for server hardware and software making RB8 more secure and convenient.
OMTI relocates headquarters and the support team to Southern California.
OMTI adds a new website called RB9 Primer, which contains lessons about every RB9 module, function, concept, and plug-in. A part of RB9’s educational outreach called ReporterBase 101, RB9 Primer helps RB clients and potential clients understand what every function in RB9 can do for their business.