Lee County, FL Landmark Agreement

Pioneer Technology Group's Landmark System Comes to Lee County, Florida

Pioneer Technology Group signed contracts with Lee County to install Landmark, an official records system. Lee County is Pioneer's 32nd Landmark Customer.

The installation of Landmark will add efficiency to Lee County's internal processes by utilizing scan first technology, eRecording, advanced document management tools, efficient document workflow, and improved web portal for the public and robust system reporting. The public searchers that regularly rely on the documents and information maintained by the Clerk of the Circuit Court / County Recorder will have more advanced tools and the ability to access all they need online through a subscription service in real time.

"Lee County has been a long time valued customer of ours that holds multiple other Pioneer products, including Axia and Excise. We're looking forward to expanding our successful relationship with them by adding Landmark to this list," said Ryan Crowley, Executive Vice President, Sales & Marketing, Pioneer Technology Group.

Lee County went through an extensive RFP Process reviewing all the major vendors offering Land Records systems before choosing Pioneer Technology Group's Landmark Official Land Records System. Lee County also runs other Pioneer products including Axia for Property Tax Appeals and Excise for Tourist Development Tax Processing.

The Pioneer team has extensive experience in technology as it relates to land records. The Pioneer team will be using this experience to convert all the historical data and images out of Lee County's current recording system for a seamless transition into the future of official records. Lee County is expected to go live in 2018.

About Pioneer Technology Group
Pioneer Technology Group (Pioneer) is a leading developer of software solutions and services to Governments and the private sector. The company is headquartered in Sanford, Florida and recently opened a location in Wooster, Ohio. Offerings include: Benchmark, a court case management system, the Landmark official records system, the YourDox title document system, and tax processing systems for counties and municipalities. Pioneer also provides content management systems and a scanning services bureau for transitioning paper to digital images through its subsidiary, Pioneer Records Management. For more information about the company, please visit Pioneer's website at http://www.ptghome.com