Jefferson County Probate Court has a new Land Records management system from Pioneer Technology Group that will enhance the County’s ability to serve its citizens.
Jefferson County now offers its citizen’s access to the industry’s most powerful Land Records system. Pioneer Technology Group successfully converted all of the historical data and images from the legacy system into Landmark. The move to Landmark has provided the Court with many efficiency gains including online access to marriage license kiosks designed to reduce the wait time for citizens planning to get married. Using Landmark, the Court now has the ability to scan all recordable documents immediately upon receipt and use electronic queues to move documents through the recording process.
The new system provides the public users of the land records information immediate access to the indexes and images online with a subscription. Recorded documents are available on the public access site, real time, as soon as they are recorded within Landmark.
“After performing our due diligence we found that Landmark offered more flexibility and efficiency than the other options on the market.” Commented Judge Alan L. King, the Judge of Probate Court for Jefferson County. “We are looking forward to years of success with Pioneer and ultimately providing a better recording experience to the public.”
Jefferson County is the 1st Court to sign on with Pioneer Technology Group to install Landmark in Alabama, however, they are the 5th customer in Alabama to go live with a Pioneer product. Pioneer offers a full suite of products in addition to Landmark designed to aid the government in court case management, board of equalization management, tourist and bed tax collection, property tax deed sales, jury management, and content management services. Pioneer Technology Group has also been selected to replace Jefferson County’s Court Case Management system. This project is currently underway.