The New Hampshire Fidlar eByte – July 2018
- Robust tools = stronger searching capabilities
- Remote access tools provide options to searcher
- Laredo Anywhere – mobile capability for searchers
Fidlar’s longtime dedication to providing innovative products for the Register of Deeds Office has led to the development of a powerful and unique remote access product suite. The search tools we create for the Register of Deeds Office allows the searching professional to utilize current technology while providing options to best suit their needs. The subscription-based Laredo and online-based Tapestry provide the searcher with numerous features that allow for a powerful searching experience.
The recent upgrade to Laredo includes multiple new features that enhance the user’s ability to perform advanced searches for documents. Customizable features such as Saved Search will give direct notification to the searcher via email or text of newly recorded documents. IRIS, now available directly to the external user, gives the ability to create custom search lists for Party Names & Subdivisions.
These items contained within Laredo provide that searchers are better prepared to find the data they seek. By offering a stronger and faster service, users can elevate their ability to perform necessary tasks. This is why we are proud to offer Laredo Anywhere. This tool serves as a companion service that provides mobile search capability on popular mobile devices – searching outside of the courthouse and the office is now an option to industry professionals. Fidlar’s remote access product suite is maintained to serve as the best search option in the marketplace.
“Laredo went live in Sullivan County nearly three weeks ago and the change has been great. Our Partner Relationship Manager Raquel Posateri did an excellent job showing the program to our users when she performed the training sessions for us. I’ve been very impressed by the features of Laredo and I am pleased to offer such a strong tool to my searchers. Offering remote access is a necessity and Laredo will serve that purpose very well.” – Janet Gibson, Sullivan County Register of Deeds