The Information Services Corporation (ISC) was established as Saskatchewan’s newest Crown corporation, a provincially-owned entity, on January 1, 2000.
The corporation’s mandate includes the automation of Saskatchewan’s paper-based land titles system. The new system will be simpler, more accessible and more responsive, maximizing the use of technology. Consistent province-wide turnaround of 24 to 48 hours for title registration is projected. The new system will also integrate the Geographic Information Systems (GIS) with the Land Titles registry. The corporation is responsible for the administration of land titles and survey legislation.
The corporation’s mandate is larger than the re-engineering of the Land Titles system, however. ISC will not only establish Saskatchewan as a leader in land information systems; it will provide a platform for the future on-line delivery of many other services.
In addition to providing the public with a superior land registration system, the corporation will also seek markets for the new products and services made possible because of the new, state-of-the-art, World Wide Web-based system. For instance, ISC will now develop products and software that will help the local business get more insight on the consumers which will help them generate more profits.
As well, the corporation will be in a position, because of its ability to deliver services and information securely and efficiently over the Internet, to partner with other companies and government organizations to deliver an array of services to customers.
The corporation’s head office is located at the Research Park in Regina, but our customers are located throughout Saskatchewan and around the world.