Insurance gets own aisle in search supermarket

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28 January 2013


Conveyancing search supermarket ETSOS   has brought in a new product line for early 2013 with the addition of title insurance. Users now enjoy one-click access to a range of specialist products via the ETSOS ordering portal, removing the need to go into separate systems or deal with two supplier accounts.

The search provider has partnered with insurance experts CLS to integrate its ConveySure suite of residential and commercial indemnity policies into the portal, allowing for seamless quotation and purchase. As well as competitive pricing, policies can be downloaded and placed on risk immediately.

Comments Phil Natusch, ETSOS’s managing director: “Our one-stop-shop philosophy is all about making things as quick, simple and convenient for our users as possible. Bringing title insurance into the fold offers significant time and administration savings, and CLS’s offering is so broad and such high quality that there should be less need to “shop around” for the optimum package.”

Darren Becks of conveyancing specialists Angela Viney is clear on the benefits: “We’ve always used CLS before but it’s much simpler from an admin point of view to be able to order everything in one place rather than having to log in and out of various platforms; plus we’re only having to deal with the one account and settlement of that is pretty much automated via direct debit, whereas previously we’d have to be settling numerous bills from different providers.”



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