Cherokee County Clerk of Courts has a new Land Records management system from Pioneer Technology Group that will help to streamline interactions with public records for its citizens.
The move to Landmark from Pioneer Technology Group has provided the Deeds and Records Department in Cherokee County with many efficiency gains including online access to all recorded documents in real time. Cherokee County now offers its citizen’s access to the industry’s most powerful Land Records system. Additionally, Pioneer successfully converted all of the historical data and images from the legacy system into Landmark allowing Cherokee County to take one step closer to a completely paperless workflow.
Vice President of Sales & Marketing for Pioneer, Ryan Crowley had this to say: “Our expansion across Georgia is an exciting one as we know Cherokee County will utilize all of the features that make Landmark great, thereby enhancing the product with their valued feedback and strengthening the partnerships we have built in years past. We are happy to have Cherokee County join the Pioneer family.”
Using Landmark, the Clerk of Courts 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 now available on the public access site, real time, as soon as they are recorded within Landmark.
Emilee Thomason, Senior Deputy Clerk of Cherokee County, had this to say: “Cherokee County is excited to join the Pioneer team. The Pioneer team has been a joy to work with and has made the conversion process much easier. We have partnered with a company that could provide the citizens and clerks with up to date technology along with a great customer support system.”
Cherokee County joins the growing list of customers to go live with a product from Pioneer Technology Group in Georgia.