Never in my wildest dreams did I ever think I would attend Princeton. Boasting two former presidents, several supreme court justices, the founder of Amazon, and chairman of Google as some of the famous alumni. Several weeks ago, I had the opportunity to go to “Princeton, NJ” for the second Industry Summit coordinated by the National Center for State courts (NCSC). The goal of the summit was to bring NCSC staff, court representatives and their system providers together in a non-tradeshow environment to talk about the current and future state of technology in the courts.
The Property Records Index exists in order to find necessary information so a document itself can be retrieved. The documents determine whether ownership of property or an interest in the property may have changed. The only way to ensure the integrity of the indexes is for the recording jurisdiction to be responsible for, and to maintain, quality control. In order to maximize the Recorders’ Index, it is critical to follow a guide of best practices in order to index consistently and accurately.
I have worked at Extract for four-months now, and my knowledge of Government entities, document classification, indexing, and data redaction has far exceeded my wildest expectations. Next week you will not find me behind my computer at my desk in Madison, WI, but rather attending the PRIA 2017 Winter Symposium to sponge up even more knowledge of how the Extract Systems Platform can be beneficial for any Land or Property Recorders offices in counties across the nation.
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.
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...
The OCR Process is the Equivalent of Magic
Imagine having a mountain of scanned and faxed paper documents in your office… oy vey—what a mess!
Now, imagine waving a magic wand over the mountainous pile of papers that automatically classifies the documents, captures the information and designates any potential confidential or otherwise important information.
When Midland County went live with a new case management system, TechShare.Prosecutor, the time was right for further automating document indexing workflows. The County sought a solution for the intelligent classification of documents in the Arrest Packet and the automated document indexing wtih 28 data elements from the booking sheet.