The Missouri Fidlar eByte: January 2017

Throughout all 163 years of Fidlar’s existence, our company has worked closely with county government. In particular, we have forged a strong bond with the Recorder’s Office. As time changed the land records management industry, so did the needs and requirements of the Recorder’s Office. With each change, Fidlar has been there all the while, working to deliver solutions that were not only effective but innovative for land recording processes.
County offices and staff are able to utilize our Partnership Benefits. Whether it be our monthly email publications that relay current and essential stories from the industry or through the series of annual programs and events meant to inform and educate about regional and nationwide trends. Another unique facet to Fidlar is the Partner Relationship Manager position. This individual’s sole purpose is to regularly meet with our partners and help them accomplish their very important goals.
Fidlar Technologies is an established, stable and privately held software vendor exclusively for county land recording offices. This will continue to be our goal into the foreseeable future. With over 250 County Partners and thousands of remote search users, we shall remain true to the land recording process and to the offices that have established partnerships with us. We promise that the relationships and quality of services that Fidlar has been known for will continue to exceed our partners’ expectations year after year. Fidlar is not for sale.



“There are so many different aspects of our partnership that I appreciate. Fidlar Support is something that goes unmatched. When we’ve got an issue in the office, it typically gets resolved by the time we hang up the phone with them. Another thing that I value is the Educational Symposium in May. We learn so much – Fidlar is very proactive in keeping customers on top of the latest happenings that affect our offices. I’ve noticed that when we have Recorder’s trainings, the Fidlar customers are more informed when it comes to new regulations that affect our offices, title companies and the banks. The association I feel with Fidlar is like what I feel with family!” – Janis Deimeke, Audrain County Recorder of Deeds