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Waupaca County Wisconsin Hosts Open House to Showcase Ingeo’s Electronic Document Recording System

9/29/2005 12:00:00 AM

Waupaca County Wisconsin hosted an open house today to showcase its new electronic document recording capability, eRecord™ from Ingeo Systems, Inc., a service that enables the county recording office to accept electronic real estate documents for official recording. The demonstration of processing a “live document” with eRecord was presented by Patty Sandever, regional sales manager from Ingeo, and Randy Haupert, director of sales and marketing from TriMin Government Solutions, Ingeo’s partner in the project. In attendance were attorneys, title and mortgage company professionals, as well as representatives from local, regional and national banks, including JP Morgan Chase, ABN AMRO, Associated Bank, Wells Fargo and Citizens Bank.

Waupaca County “went live” with its first electronically recorded document earlier in September and today demonstrated the simplicity of the process using eRecord from Ingeo. “A process that used to take three to four days now takes seconds,” said George Jorgensen, Waupaca County Register of Deeds. “With Ingeo’s technology, we are eliminating paper from the recording process, improving customer service and posting significant savings in both time and money.”

Jorgensen brought technologically advanced processes to Waupaca County in 1999 when he contracted with TriMin Government Solutions. In 2003 and 2004 TriMin installed its Land Records Management Solution and then joined with Ingeo to include the eRecord element. “Both TriMin and Ingeo have been great to work with,” Jorgensen said. “They adapted to the systems we had in place and brought tremendous efficiencies to our work product. We’ve eliminated our backlog and I don’t have to ask my staff to work overtime anymore.”

Karl Klessig, Ingeo’s CEO, said that Waupaca County has joined major counties across the nation that are using eRecord to process tens of thousands of electronic documents per month. Many of the nation’s leading mortgage lenders are using Ingeo’s ePrepare™ for the electronic recording of mortgage documents. “No other service has the complete end-to-end capability that flexibly integrates with both country land records systems and virtually any submitter’s system output and provides fully automated signing, notarization, delivery, recording, payment and return,” Klessig explained.

“TriMin integrated its Land Records Management System with Ingeo’s eRecord to enable Waupaca County to accept electronically prepared digital real estate documents for official recording,” said Bill Mori, president of TriMin Government Solutions. “This is our sixth implementation of electronic recording in Wisconsin with our partner, Ingeo, and we are looking forward to many more in the months ahead. This technology is moving forward rapidly nation wide, and Wisconsin has always been a leader in the industry. We are committed to responding to the needs of our customers with partnerships and solutions that are both cost effective and state-of-the-art.”

With Waupaca County, Ingeo now has nine Wisconsin counties functioning with eRecord, encompassing more than 40% of the state’s population. More Wisconsin counties are expected to become operational by the end of 2005.



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