RIS Launches New Beta Website

Posted On: March 2014

Record Information Services is excited to announce the launch of our newly designed BETA Website, with a bold new look and enhanced navigating experience. The new www.public-record.com, a Website for paid subscribers to access data such as Foreclosures, Mortgages, and Divorces, is the company’s first big layout and functionality change since the Website originally launched in 1997. The redesign has been implemented not only on our main Website, but also our Websites for Political officials and our Website for Public Libraries. The site has been in development for over two years, and will be available for clients to start BETA test this week.

The goal of the new Website is to give our clients more control over their account and data usage, and to automate tasks that had to be done manually in the past. New features include the ability to schedule searches and reports to run at set intervals, and clients can now save individual records of interest into a new, personalized online account area. Also included is a newly expanded mail merge program which allows the user to insert dynamic text into letters, so our client’s mailings can be quickly customized towards their target audience. Also, the interface of our site, including the records search screen and record results, have been reformatted into a slicker, easier-to-read layout, and include expanded help fields and definitions.

Users can also update their profile and account passwords online, view their downloads and subscription ending dates, and set up default criteria such as automated input dates, in an expanded account area online.

We hope the new functionality, design, and navigation of our sites makes it easier and more enjoyable for our clients to get the quality data they need. The BETA testing will last six months before we cut over to the new sites completely. All users have access to the BETA sites by logging into their account as usual. We hope you enjoy the new Website. Please feel free to send us comments or feedback.

Posted On: March 2014

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