The Ohio Fidlar eByte – April 2019

  • Williams County Recorder becomes Fidlar Partner [County office will soon integrate AVID land records management system.]
  • AVID integrates multiple recording functions [AVID possesses the essential and necessary functions for easier document processing.]
  • iNSPECT Advances Recording Accuracy [Indexing feature greatly reduces human error while increasing processing efficiencies.]
  • Longtime dedication exclusive to the Recorder [Our focus with the Recorder provides that we continue delivering innovative and effective recording tools.]

Fidlar is pleased to announce the Williams County Recorder’s Office as its newest County Partner in Ohio. As they enter into their partnership, Recorder Patti Rockey and staff will begin processing documents with the highly integrated recording system, AVID. The system combines the components of document imaging, redaction, eRecording functions and more, eliminating the need for third-party resources. With these functions located conveniently together, AVID provides an enhanced ability to smoothly operate.

Along with numerous other components, staff members will have the assisted-indexing feature, iNSPECT, at their disposal. When applied to AVID, iNSPECT greatly increases recording accuracy while decreasing the chances of typographical error. The iNSPECT software and other modular components are developed in-house by Fidlar allowing for them to be properly maintained and updated for our County Partners.

Williams County will soon be able to make improvements upon their office workflow and the efficiencies they can provide to constituents. The AVID recording system’s scan-first workflow largely reduces paper shuffle, permitting the user to work from the digital image. These workflow techniques are suggested by Fidlar – to increase the user’s ability to perform their duties. Our experience with and longtime dedication to the Recorder’s Office permits that we continue to deliver innovative and robust tools to every partner.

“The Williams County Recorder’s Office is excited to be partnering with Fidlar in Ohio. We were seeking a reputable vendor that offered great resources,proactive solutions andspecialized in land records. I am really looking forward to this new partnership.” – Patti Rockey, Williams County Recorder