Fidlar Technologies has participated in the document recording and management industry
since our founding in 1854. In the beginning we provided books and ledgers to
our recording clients. When the industry evolved toward automation, Fidlar led
the way in 1985 with our software solutions.
From that point forward, we continued to lead the industry by releasing a
Windows-based product in 1991. When the industry was writing solutions in a
Client Server environment, we progressed forward with an XML-based multi-tier
solution (which provided greater security, less contention between programs,
easier upgrades, and better processing). XML has now become an industry standard
and plays a vital role in electronic recording.
Split Screen indexing allows recorders to index
data by referring to the document image instead of passing the paper document through
the office and indexing from the paper.
Fidlar Technologies was the first to successfully incorporate this technology, which
increased our clients’ production efficiencies by at least 25%. Another first to the industry was our conceptualization and proof
of concept work on the benefits OCR technology could bring to the recording process. After our testing was released, the
industry began utilizing this technology to aid in indexing, verification, and the
redaction of private information such as social security numbers.
Additional innovation to the marketplace came
from our eRecording solutions, including xPedite, which was the first Model 2 submitter
integrated within county remote searching applications. Fidlar now has more that 130 counties running
our 32-bit software solution, iDocument XF. This product is our 4th generation
document management software system.
The program has been utilized in the market for over 5 years, giving its users a
functionality they can depend on.
In 2008, we released our newest generation of land records software called AVID.
This product, once again, set a new standard for the recording
industry, offering a completely new approach to processing documents.
Fidlar Technologies is very involved in many
of the national associations which are dedicated toward the development of industry
standards and industry education. These
associations include the National Association of County Recorders & Clerks,
the Property Records Industry Association, the International Association of County
Recorders, Elected Officials and Treasurers, and many local county/state organizations.