Montrose County Clerk & Recorder has a new Land Records management system from Pioneer Technology Group that will help to streamline interactions with public records for its citizens.
Montrose 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 Clerk & Recorder 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 Clerk & Recorder 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.
“We feel that upgrading our recording system to Landmark was a vital piece in meeting the expectations of our citizens,” Montrose County Recording Supervisor Pearl Lynch said. “Montrose County is a smaller county compared to the others in Colorado that have made the move to Pioneer Technologies’ Landmark System. It was vital that we partnered with a company that provides excellent support and top notch technology for many years to come. Using a company with a deep knowledge of our previous recording system aided in a smooth conversion, which is also an important aspect in any computer system conversion. Landmark has allowed us to provide new tools for our customers such as accepting credit card payments in the office and the ability to purchase documents direct from our website from the comfort of their home or office. Landmark has greatly improved efficiency in the office.”
Montrose County joins the growing list of customers to go live with Landmark from Pioneer Technology Group in Colorado. Landmark is not the only product of Pioneer’s currently being utilized in Colorado either as the City & County of Denver went live with Benchmark, Pioneer’s Foreclosure Case Management system earlier this year. Pioneer offers a full suite of products in addition to Landmark and Benchmark designed to aid the government in board of equalization management, tourist and bed tax collection, property tax deed sales, jury management, and content management services.
Vice President of Sales & Marketing for Pioneer, Ryan Crowley had this to say: “Our business is built on strong partnerships, and seeing the Pioneer team and Montrose team work together makes us confident in the continued mutual success we will share in the years to come. We are pleased to have Montrose County join the Pioneer family.”