Simplifile Leads E-Recording Market With Record First Quarter 2010
April 13, 2010
Simplifile, a provider of electronic recording (e-recording) software, announced that in the first quarter of 2010, a record number of documents were e-recorded through the Simplifile e-recording system. In March 2010 alone, Simplifile reported that hundreds of thousands of documents were e-recorded which represented a 147 percent increase in document volume over March 2009.
Simplifile also expanded its e-recording network during the same time period and added 30 new counties to the number of live e-recording jurisdictions available through the Simplifile e-recording system. With these additions, Simplifile boasts a total of 431 recording jurisdictions, which accept e-recordings as of March 31. Additionally, Simplifile has scheduled dozens of recording jurisdictions to begin e-recording in Q2 2010.
"We are pleased to see the growth of e-recording during the first quarter of 2010," said Paul Clifford, president of Simplifile. "E-Recording is rapidly becoming the standard for recording public record documents and we are pleased to have Simplifile lead the way. With thousands of Simplifile customers e-recording hundreds of thousands of documents each month, and growing, Simplifile continues to dramatically widen the gap between itself and its nearest competitor."
The following recording jurisdictions were added to the Simplifile e-recording network in Q1 2010:
Ida County, Iowa; Kent County, Michigan; White Pine County, Nevada; Licking County, Ohio; Beckham County, Oklahoma; Grady County, Oklahoma; Muskogee County, Oklahoma; Nowata County, Oklahoma; Bexar County, Texas; Harrison County, Texas; Kerr County, Texas; Newton County, Missouri; Adams County, Nebraska; Cape May County, New Jersey; Curry County, New Mexico; Iron County, Utah; Jackson County, Oregon; Kaufman County, Texas; Scotts Bluff County, Nebraska; Waukesha County, Wisconsin; Johnson County, Kansas; Mercer County, Ohio; Highlands County, Florida; Ector County, Texas; Grant County, Minnesota; Bighorn County, Montana; Lincoln County, Montana; Madison County, Montana; Stillwater County, Montana; and Dewey County, Oklahoma.