The Pinellas County Justice Center has launched a new $10 million case management system that's supposed to improve efficiency and save taxpayers money.

Odyssey, as the software is known, replaces the approximate 30-year-old Consolidated Justice Information System (CJIS). After more than 10 years of planning, installation and preparations for the switch, Odyssey went live over the weekend.

For the first time, Pinellas County's courts, sheriff's office, state attorney's office, public defender and clerk will be using the same system for the creation, use and management of court files.