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Ingeo and Baca County Recorders Integrate Systems; Launch Electronic Document Recording Services for Mortgage Processors

11/20/2008 12:00:00 AM

Ingeo Systems, Inc., the nation’s number one provider of electronic document recording technology announced the successful integration of the Ingeo electronic document recording system with the land record management systems in Baca, Cheyenne, Kiowa and Lincoln Counties in Colorado, that will enable submission of electronic real estate documents.

Now, in a matter of seconds, participating customers can submit real estate documents for filing. Previously, the documents were reviewed, imaged, mailed and filed manually—a process that took days. Susan Cochell, the Baca County Public Trustee said a very small percentage of their documents are currently being processed electronically, but she hopes that title companies and financial institutions will take hold of this new recording technology because the electronic process is so much faster. “A document can be returned electronically within the same day,” said Cochell.

“There is increasing interest in the market for e-recording as county recorders and submitters realize the cost and time saving benefits of Ingeo’s electronic document recording solution,” said Karl Klessig, Ingeo’s CEO. With Ingeo’s Electronic Document Recording System a majority of the national submitters will be able to submit documents for processing electronically through the county recorders. This is in addition to any regional submitters in or around the newly enabled counties, that currently have access to Ingeo’s recording capabilities or that would like to join Ingeo’s E-Recording Network.

Ingeo integrates with the local county land records management systems to enable the recording of documents submitted electronically. Ingeo worked with their technology partner, Saul’s Creek Engineering to integrate these Colorado counties. This adds to Ingeo’s growing network of counties already enabled in many parts of Colorado and throughout the United States.

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