Pioneer Technology Group Provides Update on Progress of New Official Records System LandMark; Also Launches National Forum for Input from County Clerks and Recorders

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Counties all across the country are struggling to keep up with the rapid pace of technology. In many counties, the recording process and official records systems are inefficient and severely outdated. Being behind the curve has come at a very steep price, resulting in high labor and processing costs, staffing and budgeting issues, and a reduced ability to service the public.

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We're thrilled to give clerks and recorders around the country the opportunity to participate with us.

Counties all across the country are struggling to keep up with the rapid pace of technology. In many counties, the recording process and official records systems are inefficient and severely outdated. Being behind the curve has come at a very steep price, resulting in high labor and processing costs, staffing and budgeting issues, and a reduced ability to service the public.

These challenges have brought about an innovative new approach to official records systems led by Pioneer Technology Group (PTG), a company comprised of developers and programmers who introduced scan-first paperless public recording systems nearly a decade ago. In keeping with their customer-centric approach, PTG has launched a forum for clerks and recorders to share ideas that will be incorporated into their new recording system, LandMark. PTG management is also taking the unusual approach of sharing the progress of the system throughout development as it prepares to launch its first system in Indian River County, Florida later this year.

"We're thrilled to give clerks and recorders around the country the opportunity to participate with us in building a system that brings affordable, state of the art technology to public recording,” said Steve Rumsey, President of PTG.

LandMark incorporates numerous features that have not been available in public records systems to date. Flexibility and scalability are central to the system architecture, and simple shortcuts result in reduced labor and processing time throughout the process. Integration has been a primary consideration from the onset, with development focused on applying business logic and processes not found any other public sector software. In addition to integrated redaction and O.C.R. capabilities, LandMark easily links third party systems and other governmental agencies to gain greater efficiencies and expedite workflow.

County Clerks, recorders, their staff, and interested parties are encouraged to submit ideas and comments to PTG and the LandMark development team at http://www.betterrecordingsoftware.com.

About Pioneer Technology Group
Pioneer Technology Group (PTG) is a leading developer of software solutions and services to Government and the private sector. The company, headquartered in Sanford, Florida, develops and supports official records systems, court systems, and tax systems for counties and municipalities. The company also developed YourDox, a unique scanning and marketing platform for the real estate industry, and provides content management and scanning services for customers transitioning from paper to digital images through its subsidiary, Pioneer Records Management. For more information about the new Landmark official records system, visit http://www.betterrecordingsoftware.com and for more about the company, products and services, visit PTG’s website at http://www.ptghome.com or contact Ryan Crowley, Director of Business Development, at rcrowley(at)ptghome(dot)com or 800 280 5281.

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