InfoTrack integrate Land Registry AP1 Transfers, including requisitions within their platform

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25 May 2016


long celebrity dressesInfoTrack continue to challenge normal conveyancing processes by becoming the first conveyancing service provider to integrate AP1 Transfers and include the ability to manage requisitions within their online platform.

Having already integrated SDLT Submissions, Searches and Land Registry services, InfoTrack are pursuing their ambition to challenge and evolve the conveyancing processes, by consolidating everything into one single site, lightening the conveyancers’ workload.

InfoTrack’s clever integration means that 90% of the AP1 form can be pre-populated when transferring land, saving conveyancers time and reducing errors.

In addition, the incorporation of requisition management means all documentation related to a conveyancing matter is saved within InfoTrack for 7 years.

Scott Bozinis, InfoTrack’s CEO, comments “The integration of both SDLT Submissions and AP1 Transfers means that conveyancers can enjoy over 50% of the manual work being completed for them when using InfoTrack.

“With the added ability to manage requisitions, we’re proving to be a key partner to a profession that has previously been suffocated by a lack of real innovation.”

David Lockett of the Land Registry said, “InfoTrack have really pushed the boundaries with AP1 forms. We’re pleased to be part of something which will benefit conveyancers. We hope customers will take advantage of InfoTrack to help simplify their processes.”

InfoTrack recently announced surpassing 200 customers which can be considered true exponential growth in less than 10 months.

Scott adds, “The success of InfoTrack is a result of challenging and evolving the processes conveyancers feel they are presently confined to.

“The beauty of accessing all conveyancing tasks within a single interface is the convenience of using one website, having a single login and receiving one monthly invoice associated to the matter. This really makes both the conveyancing and the administration really very simple. Better still, there’s a lot more to come!”



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