Free enquiry handling system – No obligation two month trial

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14 September 2015


PrintThe ETSOS QRS (Quotation and Referral System) has always been free to our existing clients, but we’re so convinced that your conveyancing department will benefit from using it that we’re happy for you to trial the system for two months, no obligation.

You don’t even need to meet with us!

I’m confident that using the system will:

  • Save you time in producing and emailing quotes to clients
  • Make your quotes look more professional
  • Improve your conversion rates
  • Provide you with valuable management information on conversions and sources of work

We’ll provide access to our system, set you up and train your staff at no cost to your business. You then try the system for two months, no risk and no commitment.

If you’re pleased with the system (and we think you will be!) then you can continue to use it free of charge if you become a client of ETSOS and buy your conveyancing disbursements from us.

What do you have to lose?

To start your FREE TRIAL contact David Opie on 01524 220 001 or email davidopie@etsos.co.uk

 



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