Zenodata Corp., a developer of technology for the automation of land record data searching and analysis, has launched its new Land Record System. The system aims to enable faster land record searches with increased accuracy and complete electronic results.
The Land Record System produces full title abstracts, extracts and imports all relevant information from the original source documents and eliminates manual data entry. The system promises to generate complete abstract sheets in 10 minutes or less, saving users an average of 20-30 percent on the cost of title work, according to Mark Stevenson, Zenodata’s CEO.
The system is comprised of Zenodata’s proprietary Land Record Database, Spider-Search search engine, and webJAZ user-interface application. To create the database, Zenodata produces high-resolution images from the original county documents. A proprietary conversion process then extracts all relevant information from the documents, creating a database with more than 75 fields cross-indexed by physical location, names and document references.
WebJAZ allows users with an Internet connection to conduct “one-button” automated title searches or full custom searches using any combination of names, addresses, legal descriptions, document references and date ranges. SpiderSearch automatically performs hierarchical searching from lot to section, and finds all documents related to the search at hand, including those missed with existing county and title plant systems.
“The best part of a completely electronic database is that search results can auto-populate abstract sheets in PDF or HTML format, or interface to other software packages and databases using XML,” Stevenson said.
The company currently adds one county per month to the system.
Zenodata provides services to professional users, vendor management companies and corporate users. Pricing is on a per-transaction or monthly fee basis, with no up-front fees, and no software or hardware to install or maintain.
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