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Johnston County Implements Cost-saving Technology with Ingeo’s Electronic Document Recording System

3/3/2006 12:00:00 AM

Craig Olive, Johnston County Register of Deeds, announced today that Johnston County is implementing Ingeo eRecord®, a service that enables the Office of the Register of Deeds to accept electronic real estate documents for official recording.

“We’re eager about taking this next step in technology because we know Ingeo’s eRecord product will save time and money for our taxpayers,” Olive said. “By embracing this new technology, Johnston County continues to be a leader for other counties in North Carolina.” He went on to explain that implementing Ingeo eRecord will eliminate paper from the recording process, improve customer service and help the Office of the Register of Deeds post substantial savings. “My office is committed to continuous improvement in our systems and we are very pleased to have found the most technologically advanced document-processing solution with this Ingeo eRecord product,” Olive said.

Ingeo is prepared to assist any county in implementing an electronic recording solution, regardless of budget or technology constraints. “We continue to evolve our technology to enable all recorders to take advantage of the benefits of electronic recording,” said Karl Klessig, CEO of Ingeo. “With the release of our latest Ingeo eRecord version and our partnerships with nearly all the major county recording system vendors, there isn’t a county in the U.S. that can’t take advantage today of our electronic document recording capability.”

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