Bonneville County Provides Users with a Powerful, Easy-to-Use SharePoint Capture Solution

Bonneville County, located in southeast Idaho, is part of the Upper Snake River Valley and contains one of the largest cities in Idaho— its county seat, Idaho Falls. Bonneville County was established February 7, 1911 by the state legislature from the north and east parts of Bingham County. It is named for Captain B. L. E. Bonneville, of the U. S. Army, who explored throughout the Snake River area in the 1830s.

Like any county government, Bonneville County was inundated with paper records. The initial project focused on Assessor’s records.

With an existing online system to store parcel maps, other parcel records were stored within an ever growing file room, and finding records was costly and time consuming. See how advanced capture with PSIcapture helped.

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