Recording deeds is a delicate process. An error made when recording a deed could have serious adverse effects on an owner’s future right to use or sell the property.

For this reason, recorders have developed strict procedures for handling each transaction carefully and accurately. These procedures are so ingrained that new methods are rarely adopted, even while new technologies allow the sender to deliver documents and data in a  multitude of different formats (Word, TIFF, Adobe Acrobat, etc.), and through an increasing variety of media. No longer just hand-delivered as paper copies, documents come on floppy disks, zip disks, and jaz disks, and through faxes, emailed attachments, FTP, and other means, making it difficult for the recorder to keep organized records.

eRecording is a comprehensive online document and data exchange system that allows title companies to automate their recording processes with increased accuracy and efficiency. eRecording provides easy preparation of documents and allows for the use of both hard copies and electronic documents in a variety of file formats, including Word, WordPerfect, Acrobat, and TIFF.

eRecording automatically converts each different document type to one common, unalterable format so it can be legally authenticated and distributed electronically.

The system’s open architecture allows it to be modified to accommodate any state’s existing workflow. Transitioning to eRecording is easy, too. eRecording’s open architecture makes it easy to create an electronic process that mimics a company’s existing paper process, eliminating development costs and the need to create new administrative

Paperless transfer of documents between parties and county recorders Accurate and efficient recording
Customizable electronic processing that corresponds to existing paper process Incorporation of digital signatures from all parties and notary public 128-bit security encryption Comprehensive document storage and retrieval

Knowledge and document management are more than just buzzwords to us. Image-X has fourteen porno years of experience in architecting and implementing creative, cutting-edge solutions for clients in business, education, government, healthcare, and manufacturing. We know that the ability to manage information efficiently is critical to your organization’s success. So we implement our solutions only after fully evaluating your organization’s workflow and habits to ensure that you get the solution that fits your needs. It’s what we do: information at the speed of you.
Every year more than 500 million travelers are allowed into the United States. Over 11 million trucks and 2 million rail cars are admitted by land, and at sea an estimated 7,500 ships pass through the U.S. ports. Following the September 11 attacks and the threat of terrorist threat, securing our borders has become more important than ever before. The Department of Homeland security has recently been formed to address these concerns and to find an appropriate solution.

Random checks simply don’t match the security measures of today. Since customs cannot hold the ship in the dock for a week, or however long it would take to manually check the manifest, they are forced to perform random checks. So far there have been no adequate solutions, until Image-X began applying XForms. These are interactive forms that can be filled and submitted from any place and at any time drastically simplified the dilemma while reducing security issues.

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The shipper records the data electronically through XML integration.
Software checks the validity of the packages and red flags un-matching dimensions (i.e. 1000 lbs of apples in a 3” by 3” box)
Customs receives manifests before the ship leaves the departing harbor
XML data is automatically transferred into customs data base allowing for plenty of time to check the validity of the packages Information is then electronically forwarded to the Homeland Security Department