The Michigan Fidlar eByte – February 2019
- Fidlar to launch APEX vitals package in 2019 [New vitals solution for the ROD office for the handling and management of vital records]
- APEX software developed internally [Synergistic vitals product designed to advance data integrity as it is received by the Clerk’s office]
- Provide services to the younger growing generations [Optional features within the package promotes the Clerk’s Office with branding opportunities]
Fidlar’s past, present, and future efforts are dedicated to the advancement of the Clerk’s Office. We continue developing services, tools and resource to further improve services delivered to the constituent. 2019 will see the release of Fidlar’s new vitals package, APEX. The APEX solution will greatly increase the Register of Deeds Office’s ability to handle vital records while providing a user experience that is easy and intuitive which will appease the general public.
Built from the ground up, APEX has been designed internally by our Development Team. With its development, a workflow that brings data integrity to the forefront was established. With an APEX implementation, the primary task of data entry is performed by the constituent giving their information and verifying its validity. This reduces the time and effort on the Clerk’s side to process the same data.
Through its dynamic build, APEX’s appearance can be uniquely customized to enhance the brand of your office onto the service provided therein. The APEX offering will be yet another public service for Clerk’s Office to provide to the public. This presents another opportunity for the general public to recognize the essential vitality of the Clerk’s Office and services it provides.
“Ottawa County has been a longtime Fidlar partner and through that partnership we have utilized many of their software solutions. With each implementation, Ottawa County has seen numerous benefits and great value in what Fidlar offers to counties. For that reason, we are very excited to get the APEX vitals solution which will work nicely along side the land records solution we currently use in our daily operations.” – Rachel Sanchez, Chief Deputy Register of Deeds