LEXINGTON, KY, USA - Justice AV Solutions (JAVS) was awarded today with the Martha Layne Collins Award for Excellence in International Trade by the World Trade Center Kentucky. The annual award, named after Kentucky’s 56th Governor, is given to companies for their accomplishments in international business and ability to successfully navigate global trade markets in order to positively benefit the state.
Awards were given for: Micro Enterprise (10 employees or less); Small Enterprises (50 employees or less); Medium Size Enterprises (less than 500 employees); and Large Size Enterprises (greater than 500 employees).
JAVS, based in Louisville, won for Medium Size Enterprises. The company leads the way in digital courtroom recording solutions, providing AV assistance for over 10,000 courtrooms in the United States and across four continents.
For 35 years, JAVS has been the global leader for capturing, storing and publishing the official verbatim record of the court. President and CEO, Andrew Green, has guided JAVS to ensure accurate and accessible audio/video records for thousands of clients.
JAVS vision promotes truth and accuracy by preserving the record for tomorrow’s justice system. Founder David Green, working with Judge James S. Chenault and the Kentucky Administration Offices of the Court, carved out a niche for JAVS that would lead the company into the future of digital recording.
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