The Missouri Fidlar eByte: October 2017


We are pleased to announce that Linn County will soon be transitioning to the AVID land records management system. Recorder of Deeds Loretta Brookshier was interested in updating the technology in their office and with AVID they will be better prepared to execute eRecordings, reduce paper shuffle and improve the efficiency and integrity of Linn County’s recording process.

Loretta also decided to integrate the assisted-indexing feature, iNSPECT, which identifies key index information and presents it to the user. The process of indexing is advanced with the addition of touchscreen functionality, users now interact with documents in a completely new fashion. The intelligence of iNSPECT works to diminish the possibilities for human error, all the while increasing the integrity of the data in process. With iNSPECT, Recorder of Deeds Loretta Brookshier will take her office and the Official Public Record into the future.



“We’re all looking forward to getting a new system inside the office for processing. Having AVID should help us improve our workflow, which should also help us improve our turnaround time. Our Fidlar partnership has always brought great value to the Linn County Recorder’s Office, so we anticipate that getting tools like AVID and iNSPECT will greatly benefit how we work and the service we can provide our constituents.” – Loretta Brookshier, Linn County Recorder of Deeds