Douglas County, Nebraska Goes Live with State of the Art Land Records System, Landmark

After 31 years of using an antiquated recording system we are finally emerging into the 21st century of technology with Pioneer’s Landmark system.

Douglas County now offers its citizen’s access to the industry’s most powerful Land Records system. Pioneer Technology Group successfully converted all of the historical data and images from the legacy system into Landmark. The move to Landmark has provided the Assessor/Register of Deeds with many efficiency gains including immediate access to the indexes and images online with a subscription.

Using Landmark, Douglas County Recorders now have the ability to scan all recordable documents immediately upon receipt and use electronic queues to move documents through the recording process. Recorded documents are available on the public access site, real time, as soon as they are recorded within Landmark. This time saving efficiency will provide an improved customer service experience to the customers of Douglas County for years to come.

“After 31 years of using an antiquated recording system we are finally emerging into the 21st century of technology with Pioneer’s Landmark system,” said Diane Battiato, Assessor and Register of Deeds in Douglas County, NE.

Douglas County, NE joins the growing list of customers to go live with Landmark from Pioneer Technology Group in across the country. Pioneer also provides a full suite of products that are designed to streamline daily tasks across the board for government entities including Benchmark, Pioneer’s Court Case Management system, Axia, a Property Tax Appeals system, Excise, specializing in tourist / bed taxes, and Jurymark, a state-of-the-art Jury Panel Management system.

Vice President of Operations for Pioneer, Kevin Koon-Koon…

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