ETSOS launches new website and revolutionary compliance tool

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3 December 2012


ETSOS now have a newly enhanced search ordering module that can improve the customer experience in the moving process because they have included what they call a “comparison widget.”

The widget can now help conveyancing firms that are ordering official or personal searches to compare not only the price of a number of search companies, but also the turnaround times.

You can see this tool at http://etsos.co.uk/beyond-compare/.

Jaunita Gobby from Legal Eye says “This is a great example of how technology can provide conveyancers with the information they need. There are so many search products on the market and price and turnaround times are key factors – having this information to hand at the search ordering stage will ensure conveyancers can act in their clients best interests.”

Phil Natusch, managing director, ETSOS, said: “We are really excited about the improvements, we think they make us unique in the market. “The changes allow us to help law firms offer a far better service to their clients and tick another compliance box.”

In addition to this enhancement on their portal, ETSOS have just launched a new improved website with new online demo’s and video testimonials www.etsos.co.uk.



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