Carolinians let their fingers do the walking

A new software program developed in-house has made recording local legal documents easier, saving time and money in Richland County, S.C., Government Technology reports.

The Register of Deeds’ Web-based e-recording service, designed by the county's IT department, has increased efficiency and is expected to save about $174,000 a year, the article states.

The office handles approximately 150,000 transactions annually.

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