The process of recording real estate documents in the United States is rapidly changing. As more and more recording offices start adopt electronic document recording (eRecording) processes – the number is now nearing 1,000 counties – paper document recordings may become a thing of the past. Is your organization prepared for this transition? What steps should you take in 2013 to embrace electronic document recording while continuing to efficiently manage paper submissions in jurisdictions that have not yet adopted an eRecording process? Join our free webinar to learn the steps you can take to prepare for the changes ahead and seamlessly integrate your paper and electronic workflows.