Don Belcher named as OneSearch Direct’s head of channel

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3 November 2014


OneSearch Direct, the largest local authority data search company in the UK, has named Don Belcher as head of channel.  Don, who has worked in sales management at OneSearch Direct for more than eight years, will continue to work with the company’s sales team with an increased focus on developing long-term relationships with partner organisations in the conveyancing industry.

“My new title better reflects our strategy to work with organisations to provide solutions which ‘add value’ to their customer base,” confirms Don Belcher, head of channel, OneSearch Direct.

“OneSearch have invested around £10 million in the integrity of our local authority data set, and the quality assurance and accuracy of the information we supply is paramount.  In addition to powering our own products, our data is now available to other firms to package and sell onto their customers.”

“Making our vast database of property information accessible to different markets is a key part of our business,” confirms Ronnie Park, managing director of OneSearch Direct.  “Don and his team play an important role in introducing the capabilities of our data set to both new and existing customers within the industry, and already this year we have started working with a number of organisations to help them bring new and innovative solutions to market.”

OneSearch Direct supplies data and search services to organisations as diverse as the Ordnance Survey, TM Property Group and Property Search South West, in addition to being one of the most relied upon providers of local searches to high street conveyancing firms and channels across the UK.

For more information on OneSearch Direct visit http://www.onesearchdirect.co.uk

 



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