Smith County Clerk Implementing User Friendly Records Software
August 26 - The Smith County Clerk’s Office announced today that it will go live with integration software to help streamline land record services on October 20. Implementation of AiLIS software will encompass the full life cycle of the recording and filing process. Once in place, AiLIS will provide seamless electronic workflow for Smith County Official Public Records to the public through the Rapid Online Access Method (ROAM) portal.
“It’s been a long process but once fully implemented, the AiLIS integrated software solution will streamline the document recording workflow process and provide an efficient online web portal for the Smith County Clerk’s Office,” Smith County Clerk Karen Philips said.
The Smith County Clerk’s Office is offering free public training for the new software system before it goes live. Classes are scheduled at the Smith County Courthouse Annex, 200 E. Ferguson in the Public Records Department at the following times:
• Thursday, October 16 at 1 p.m. & 2:30 p.m.
Please visit the Smith County Official Public Records Department to register prior to October 16. Additionally the Smith County Clerk’s Office will temporarily close to the public at noon on Friday, October 17, due to software installation. Regular office hours will resume Monday, October 20.