AIM for Windows invoicing reduces keying and saves time

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HOUSTON – (May 13, 2003) Landata Systems, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Stewart Information Services Corp. (NYSE-STC) announces the release of AIM® for Windows® Invoicing. 

AIM for Windows Invoicing lets users pull existing AIM for Windows data into a customer invoice. Southern Land Title in Bay Minette, Ala. uses it to handle bookkeeping reports; billing for title commitments and policies; and miscellaneous billing for copies and faxes not tied to a file.  After experiencing previous productivity setbacks from manually creating and tracking invoices, the office became a beta site for AIM for Windows Invoicing in February 2003.

"We invoice for everything that we do, and this solution has allowed us to cut down on keying and manually tracking invoices on all of our files,” said Suzanne Cale, vice president of Southern Land Title and branch manager of the title plant. “It is useful for us to track all of our files and premiums – particularly the ones that aren’t closings – so we can perform past-due reports and check on miscellaneous billings."

AIM for Windows Invoicing displays on a user's toolbar while using the program's file cabinet. Users are able to pick who they want to bill by using their customer list from AIM for Windows or manually keying the information.

Additional Features

  • Invoice auto numbering
  • Cash-receipt reports showing how much money an office received
  • Past-due reports
  • Customer-detail reports listing the customer's activities
  • Capability to mark invoices as paid
  • Flexibility to create invoices from AIM for Windows data, or create a custom invoice that is not tied to any AIM for Windows file
  • A drop-down list allowing users to easily select frequently used billing items

AIM for Windows Invoicing works with AIM for Windows 4.0 and is included with the most current release of AIM for Windows, version 4.1.  For more information, e-mail the Landata HelpCenter ( or call 1-888-LANDATA (526-3282).

About AIM for Windows

AIM for Windows is a powerful title and escrow system for order entry, document preparation, closing, escrow accounting, file tracking and management.  It is easy to use, flexible, expandable, highly efficient and a solid base for building a company’s electronic future.  AIM for Windows is a part of Landata Title Office®, the award-winning suite of cutting-edge software solutions developed to enhance productivity and connectivity.  For more information about Landata Title Office and AIM for Windows, visit

Landata Systems, Inc. ( is a software developer and technical services provider to the title insurance and real estate industries, offering excellent software development, consulting and support.  Products offer: order entry; document preparation; closing and escrow accounting; online underwriting and real estate information; imaging; title plant; and electronic commerce.

Stewart Information Services Corp. (NYSE-STC) is a technology driven, strategically competitive, global real estate information company. Stewart provides title insurance and related information services through more than 6,600 issuing locations in the United States and several international markets. Stewart meets the needs of the real estate and mortgage industriesthrough the delivery of information services required for settlement using e-commerce. These services include title reports, flood determinations, document preparation, property reports, background checks and online property auctions. Stewart also supplies post-closing services to lenders, automated county clerk land records, property and land ownership mapping, and GIS for governmental entities. Stewart provides expertise in tax-deferred exchanges. More information about Stewart can be found at


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