InfoTrack dedicate two award wins to their clients

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20 July 2016


InfoTrack 200InfoTrack are delighted to have been recognised as a leading conveyancing service provider at the Modern Law Conveyancing Awards 2016. Having been shortlisted for two awards – Search Provider of the Year and Service Provider of the Year – InfoTrack were confirmed as winners of both categories at an impressive ceremony last Thursday evening in Liverpool.

Since opening in the UK in July 2015, InfoTrack have quickly grown to over 300 customers and continue to challenge normal practices that evolve the way conveyancing is performed.

Adam Bullion, general manager of marketing comments “We are very pleased to have won both the Search and Service Provider of the Year categories. Winning these awards demonstrates how we are changing the ways in which people think about and conduct conveyancing in their firm.

“Our clients are enjoying being able to submit their SDLT and lodge their AP1 Transfers through the InfoTrack platform faster and more efficiently thanks to the pre-population of data.

“Further technology including REVEAL, our data visualisation tool, and our handy quote tool have helped shape InfoTrack into the service provider of the future for the legal market.

Adam continued, “We have a lot of people to thank for their support, including the network of partners we are working with. However, special thanks must go to our clients without whom this wouldn’t have been possible. This achievement is as much for our clients as for InfoTrack.”



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