e-Recording

The most important scanning feature you never knew you needed: Optical Character Recognition

The most important scanning feature you never knew you needed: Optical Character Recognition

Discover how optical character recognition (OCR) software turns paper documents into digital files, simplifies data entry and searches.

Document Management Vision Critical to Electronic Courts

Document Management Vision Critical to Electronic Courts

Courts are consistently trying to keep pace with rapidly changing technology.  As important as keeping pace with technology is to the future of the courts, it is also critical for courts to a have a vision, holistic plan and buy-in from key stakeholders before jumping into the deep end of the pool. Implementing technology without a well thought out plan is a recipe for disaster.

Indexing Best Practices

Indexing Best Practices

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.

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.

Courts Disrupted

Courts Disrupted

Last month in Las Vegas court professionals and technology providers converged for eCourts 2016. To see videos from the conference please visit the eCourts website. There were a lot of great presentations, but one in particular sums up the rapidly changing pace of technology in the courts – Courts Disrupted. 

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.

5 Court Obstacles for Automated Redaction

5 Court Obstacles for Automated Redaction

As technology continues to advance throughout government organizations across the nation, we are continuously approached with obstacles for court professionals to overcome. Let’s address these barriers courts face when considering an automated redaction solution.