ePN Expands E-recording Network in Ohio

October 23, 2018

The Trumbull County Recorder’s Office has partnered with eRecording Partners Network (ePN) to bring e-recording of deeds to the Ohio county. 

The county has been working on the integration process to accept most electronically submitted documents in their office for recording.

“We are so excited to expand our eRecording portfolio to include transfer documents in Trumbull County,” said Tod Latell, Trumbull County recorder. “By providing an internal solution for routing deeds to the Auditor’s office directly, our offices are able to work collaboratively to process documents more effectively for our business customers.  My team and I feel this will improve our office workflow, decrease labor costs and turnaround time.  We will continue to offer standard paper recording but highly recommend electronic recording.”

Trumbull County set up ePN’s DocRouter Solution, which allows closing agents to submit transfer documents e-recording. This includes submission of documents such as deeds or conveyance documents. When a closing agent submits a deed for recording, it is routed internally between offices electronically for review, stamps and approvals. Once approved, transfer documents are then imported into the recording office’s DTS land record management system to become part of the official record.  This eliminates the need to ship or hand-carry your documents to the county and through each office. 

“We are excited to provide our document routing solution, DocRouter, to help the Trumbull Recorder’s Office increase efficiency and provide the ability to route documents internally,” said Jerry Lewallen, ePN president. “Since e-recording is the most efficient and fastest method for recording documents today, we appreciate the opportunity to partner with Trumbull County.”

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