InfoTrack announce new integration with LEAP to aid conveyancing efficiencies

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9 November 2015


InfoTrack 200LEAP and InfoTrack have announced an integration partnership. Solicitors using LEAP’s case management software (CMS) are now able to seamlessly carry out Land Registry Searches, Conveyancing Searches, SDLT Submissions and AP1 Transfers all within the one system via the InfoTrack system.

LEAP, lead event sponsor of the recent LawBizTech technology and educational conference, provides their CMS solution to over 11,000 solicitors globally. Positive feedback is already pouring in about the integration between LEAP and InfoTrack and the efficiencies it creates.

Maria Parker at Burtons Solicitors who comments “As a firm with 2 offices, we had to ensure we implemented a high end case management solution with a reliable, easy to use search provider to achieve business efficiencies. Previous solutions have always raised issues which is why we are delighted with the solutions provided by LEAP and InfoTrack.

Maria continues “Features such as the ability to drag and drop documents and the pre-population of data from LEAP to InfoTrack is already adding value as with less need to rekey, we can work faster with less errors. The service has been fantastic and I would highly recommend it to other conveyancing professionals.”

Scott Bozinis, InfoTrack’s CEO, comments “Our ability to integrate with case management providers like LEAP is another step towards bringing all the time-consuming conveyancing tasks under one roof. Both LEAP and InfoTrack use sophisticated technology that is smart but simple and is a crucial benefit to conveyancers who want to increase efficiencies.”

Ben Aslet, head of marketing at LEAP says “We’re delighted to be partnering with InfoTrack, who provide fantastic technology designed to evolve the conveyancing process. Both businesses share common goals of simplifying the conveyancing process to increase efficiency and improve flexibility.”



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