Thursday, April 21, 2005

Doxpop Demonstrates New Recorder's Public Access Module

A team of Doxpop designers and programmers attended the Indiana Recorder's Association conference this week to unveil their new module for public access to recorded documents through the web.

The Doxpop Recorded Document Public Access System is designed with Indiana Recorders in mind and addresses some of the issues unique to Indiana Recorders such as providing open access to documents while preserving the Recorder's perpetuation fund. By making recorded documents available on the Doxpop web site along with the existing court information, Doxpop will eliminate one more trip to county offices for researchers and continue to fill out our portfolio of services.

The attendees from Doxpop enjoyed a warm welcome from the Recorders and appreciated their avid interest in our new offering. We found the Recorders to be a vibrant and progressive community that we truly look forward to working with in the coming years.

Look for the debut of the Doxpop Recorded Document Public Access System on the web site in late June.