Kings County Signs on for GRM Recorder with Thomson Reuters

Thu Feb 28, 2013 9:00am EST

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This new relationship between Kings County and Thomson Reuters will help 
streamline processes and manage costs in the county clerk-recorder office 

SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 28, 2012 - Kings County will implement GRM Recorder from Thomson Reuters, a
move that will help the county control costs and increase efficiencies for the clerk-recorder's

GRM Recorder from Thomson Reuters enables integration between property recording and vital records
for a streamlined process, while automatic redaction capabilities improve efficiency. The software
is easily modified to respond to rapidly evolving legislative mandates in California, increasing
productivity and accuracy while improving customer service for taxpayers. 

By adopting this advanced technology, the clerk-recorder will be able to retire the old mainframe
and move forward with a modern record management solution that will better support the needs of
Kings County, while making substantial, long term reductions in operating expenses. 

"The prospect of shifting to new technology solutions with a new partner can be daunting," said
Ken Baird, clerk-recorder for Kings County. "But, GRM will be a significant upgrade from our
existing system, one that will ultimately save us time and allow the county to control costs while
dramatically improving service delivery to the public."

"More than anything, I've been impressed with the staff support in making this move as seamless as
possible," Baird said. "The management of the project by Thomson Reuters has made this experience
much more manageable. It's that level of support that makes me confident that our staff will
receive the training needed to learn the software and utilize it to its full potential."

"Thomson Reuters is committed to providing solutions that help our clients address their biggest
challenges," explains Bill McKinzie, managing director for the government segment for the Tax &
Accounting business of Thomson Reuters. "Our GRM solutions are designed for efficiency and
flexibility so the clerk-recorder's office can adapt to local markets and shifts in legislation.
We are pleased to announce this new relationship with Kings County, which helps us expand on our
existing knowledge and expertise within California."

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