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Each year, CSC recognizes the best the electronic recording (eRecording) business has to offer with our All-Star Awards for both document submitters and county recorders. If your organization or county recording office has implemented and promoted the use of eRecording technology, let us know to be nominated for one of our coveted awards! For a complete list of our 2017 eRecording All-Star Award winners, please visit our eRecording blog.

  • All-Star Submitters

    The Catalyst Award – recognizes a submitter that has championed the eRecording process and is encouraging other submitters and recorders to adopt the process as well.
    The Infinity Award – recognizes a submitter that has established a long history of eRecording while serving as a model office.
    The Launch Award – recognizes a submitter office that has made tremendous advancements in implementing eRecording technology.
    The Partnership Award – recognizes a submitter that has collaborated with CSC to integrate our industry-leading, comprehensive eRecording solutions, and is a valued eRecording partner.
  • All-Star Recorders

    The Catalyst Award – recognizes a recording office that has championed the eRecording process and is encouraging other recorders and submitters to adopt the process as well.
    The Infinity Award – recognizes a recording office that has established a long history of eRecording while serving as a model office.
    The Launch Award – recognizes a recording office that has made tremendous advancements in implementing eRecording technology.
    The Partnership Award – recognizes a recorder that has collaborated with CSC to integrate our industry-leading, comprehensive eRecording solutions, and is a valued eRecording partner.

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