InfoTrack announce latest free webinar: The Lunatics Are Running the Asylum

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6 May 2016


InfoTrack 200InfoTrack, the conveyancing service provider, are hosting a series of webinars to discuss the ways in which technology has changed the expectations of consumers and how this impacts law firms.

The presentation – ‘The Lunatics Are Running the Asylum’ – explores the changing consumer landscape and the way in which conveyancing staff are now demanding better technology to be wrapped around the conveyancing process to perform day to day duties.

InfoTrack continue to grow at a rapid rate and have recently surpassed 200 active customers since opening their doors in July 2015. Offering a range of services to the conveyancing sector, including AP1 Transfers and SDLT Submissions, InfoTrack are also dedicated to supporting the educational needs of conveyancers through free webinars.

Adam Bullion, general manager of marketing at InfoTrack commented: “The theme of the presentation was very well received throughout the Bold Legal Group Roadshows so we believe it’s a topic that legal professionals are interested in.

“Looking to the future, it’s imperative that conveyancers start to think differently about technology in the workplace. Our webinar will outline the reasons why it’s now important to select a full service provider over individual suppliers.”

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