Conveyancers can rest easy with SearchFlow’s SOS Team

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4 August 2015


Searchflow200xLegal firms needing to bolster their conveyancing operations can now turn to SearchFlow for help. The Searches Outsource Service Team, known as the SOS Team, is on hand to provide additional resource for the entire search order process.

“The SOS Team can support solicitors in a number of ways,” explains SearchFlow managing director, Greg Bryce. “Whether it’s to cover staff who are on holiday or to provide additional resource to support business growth, the SOS Team will work with solicitors to provide a seamless service to their clients. With recruitment and limited office space causing a headache for many lawyers, the SOS Team can even provide interim support to fill gaps for however long they need support.”

Solicitors working with the SOS Team will be allocated a dedicated team member to work specifically for their firm. This means their search ordering and delivery will be managed entirely on their behalf. This bespoke service enables firms to choose how much or how little involvement the SOS Team has throughout the process. The SOS service is available for a small administration fee per property.

Greg continues, “This new service has been designed after listening to conveyancers. The key is flexibility coupled with convenience that ensures our customers are able to continue to offer a first class customer service to their clients even when staffing levels are below optimal. This is another example of the many tools and services which we’re committed to developing to help make lawyers’ lives easier, whilst supporting business growth.”

For more information about the SOS Team, contact sos@searchflow.co.uk or call 0870 423 2962.



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