OneSearch Direct release brand new report

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21 March 2016


OneSearch200OneSearch Direct, the UK’s largest local search data company, has today released a brand new report design for Regulated Local Authority Searches. The simplified layout now includes:

  • A well-defined summary page, detailing the most important matters up front
  • Clear interpretation throughout, reducing the need for follow-up questions
  • Colour coded sections, for complete ease of reference
  • An attractive layout, perfect for white labelling

Stefanie van den Haak, commercial director, OneSearch Direct, comments:

“We’ve been developing and testing our new report for several months, and the response has been amazing. Throughout, we’ve made sure to put our clients interests at the heart of the project.

“Our customer services team provided crucial insight to solicitors’ most frequently asked questions, which directly resulted in our new colour coded layout. Specific sections are now extremely easy to locate.

“The main request from the majority of our customers was for any issues to be shown immediately on the front page, which we acted upon as a priority. The knock on effect of this new report will undoubtedly be faster interpretation and a reduction in queries.

Elizabeth Jarvis, managing director, OneSearch Direct, adds:

“I’m delighted that we are now able to offer this report to the market, with improved navigation and highly intuitive flow throughout. It ties in nicely with our own values: maximum clarity and minimal room for error.

“We’ve already had excellent feedback so far, and I’m confident all new and existing clients will benefit from the new layout. Like all OneSearch searches, our new report is backed by £10 million Professional Indemnity Insurance, ensuring you are not exposed to search-related PI claims.”

To find out more about OneSearch Direct, and to obtain a sample report, visit www.onesearchdirect.co.uk or call 0800 052 0117.



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