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AMCAD’s integrated Land Information System Selected By Smith County, Texas

February 4, 2014



Represents the Fifth County in Texas to implement AiLIS, ROAM, and ACCEPT

HERNDON, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- AMCAD, a leading provider of software solutions to the broader government system including courts, jails, prosecutors, probate, county clerks, recorders, and other government offices, announced today that the AMCAD has reached agreement with Smith County, TX County Clerk’s Office to implement AMCAD’s integrated Land Information System (AiLIS); AMCAD’s business intelligence solution (ROAM); AMCAD’s e-commerce solution (ACCEPT); and AMCAD’s Web Hosting & Disaster Recovery solution. Together, this will provide an integrated solution that will provide unprecedented access to information and records for citizens of Smith County.

Considered the “Rose Capital of the World”, Smith County, Texas represents the 5th county in Texas to partner with AMCAD for their land records solution. AMCAD’s other Texas land records partners include Dallas County, Collin County, Comal County, and Rockwall County.

After a thorough three year search and evaluation process, Smith County selected AMCAD’s integrated Land Information System and ROAM solution due to its innovative product features, its flexible work flow adaptability, and AMCAD’s industry expertise. “It’s been a long process, but once fully implemented, AMCAD’s solution will streamline the document recording workflow process and provide an efficient online web portal for the Smith County Clerk’s Office,” said Karen Philips, Smith County Clerk. AiLIS will also be used to automate Smith County’s Vital Records Department for the processing of birth records, death records and marriage licenses. Utilizing AMCAD’s integration with the Texas TER system, Smith County will be able to eliminate manual data entry and redundancy in the processing of their vital records.

Karen Phillips also reports, “Commissioner Court Documents filed in prior years will no longer take days, weeks or months to locate. ROAM will allow the County Clerk’s office to retrieve Commissioners Minutes using Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology; and with read-only capability the Commissioners, County Judge, and/or their secretary will also have the ability to do an online search, similar to using a search engine, to locate any document within our new system.”

“AMCAD is excited to partner with Smith County, and are committed to providing excellence in the delivery, support, and future investment of our products. We look forward to a long and prosperous relationship with Smith County,” said Visagar Shyamsundar, AMCAD’s Chief Executive Officer.

About AMCAD:

AMCAD is a leading enterprise software company that provides software solutions and services to the public sector including state, county and local governments. AMCAD automates the justice and records management ecosystem that includes courts, jails, prosecutors, probation, county clerks and recorders offices. Public sector offices require comprehensive, integrated information management software and solutions, and AMCAD’s innovative suite of products and services including its integrated justice platform, a platform for government records and document management, and various data access technologies allow government offices to operate with enhanced efficiency and effectiveness. AMCAD boasts a national customer base with over 1,000 government agencies in over 38 states. AMCAD is a portfolio company of Riverside Partners. For more information on AMCAD, please visit www.AMCAD.com.





AMCAD

Jennifer McKervey, Marketing Coordinator

703-787-7775

jmckervey@amcad.com

www.amcad.com


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