Proclaiming more case integration

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3 March 2014


ETSOS, the property search supermarket and property services portal, is delighted to announce its partnership with leading case management provider, Eclipse Legal Systems to provide direct access to the online ordering system from the Proclaim conveyancing workflow.

The integration complements both businesses’ philosophy of providing solutions which enable clients to be more efficient and effective, with the benefits to firms clear:

  • Order searches directly from your case management system
  • Reports can potentially be returned automatically into the matter
  • No need to login to supplier websites
  • Account managers at end of phone to respond to any queries
  • Save time and make your process more efficient and profitable.

Says Phil Natusch, ETSOS Managing Director; “With fixed fee conveyancing very much here to stay and the upturn in the market bringing increasing competition to residential property departments, the pressure grows on firms to ensure internal process and procedure is efficient and compliant.

The ETSOS solution has always been about saving firms time and money by bringing together the comprehensive range of products the conveyancer needs under one roof. The ability to deliver that product portfolio directly from case management workflow was the logical next step in delivering further efficiencies.”

For more information or to request a FREE consultation please contact David Opie on 01524 220001 or email him directly at davidopie@etsos.co.uk.

 



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