Newly Elected Officials Open to Change

Newly Elected Officials Open to Change

It’s impossible to watch television today and not be inundated with news about the transition from President Obama to President Trump. While the presidential transition is monopolizing the headlines – every January marks the changing of the guard in elected offices all across the United States...

e-Recording Security Part 1: Threats, Vulnerabilities & Risks

e-Recording Security Part 1: Threats, Vulnerabilities & Risks

Security issues vary between organizations based on numerous factors that should be analyzed and assessed regularly in preparation for security threats, vulnerabilities and risks. The following are threats, vulnerabilities and risks relating to the processing of electronic documents for e-recording.

Index Data Objectives and Guidelines

Index Data Objectives and Guidelines

Land records have been electronically submitted and recorded for over a decade in the United States, representing millions of successful e-recording transactions. Submission requirements still vary significantly among e-recording jurisdictions as far as completeness and accuracy tolerance are concerned.

5 Signs You Need a Document Handling Solution

5 Signs You Need a Document Handling Solution

Even if you have a current system to store your documents, and your employees use the world’s best labeling system, they may not put everything back in the same place. Nor will they necessarily place paperwork back in the same order within the label. The most up-to-date or accurate version could be found out of order...

What's in a Name? Automated Indexing

What's in a Name? Automated Indexing

When it comes to document indexing or any kind of data capture, it is very common to need to find the names of various parties or document contributors. This can be a grantor or grantee in a Grant Deed or a patient in an external lab result. One of the advantages to having a person manually review documents is that they can identify the type of information that they are looking at...

Automated Indexing: What’s the big deal?

Automated Indexing: What’s the big deal?

Some argue for the use of automated indexing because it is faster and more cost effective. This view is welcomed by many, because automated indexing can deal with the increasing amount of new material in various formats being produced that has made manual indexing slow and expensive. 

The e-Recording Answer

The e-Recording Answer

Counties are continually tasked to do more with less. Leveraging technology to improve the speed and accuracy of providing access to documents is absolutely critical. Extract’s technologies can help you achieve streamlined workflows and increase the speed of auto-indexing or redaction projects whether it is integrated with your existing systems, a new system, or utilized as standalone solutions. Using cutting-edge technologies, these solutions easily scale to handle single departments, countywide implementations or large historical projects.