QRS – powering better business development

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17 February 2015


Print“The implementation of the ETSOS QRS has seen an increase in the conversion rate of new business enquiries and has had a significant impact on business growth”. – Rowlinsons Solicitors

QRS is the quickest, simplest and most-cost effective way of responding to the challenge of embedding better business development across your conveyancing team – and delivering great results for your firm.

Integrated into the ETSOS platform and free to use, QRS gives you:

  • A proper framework and process for handling, tracking and measuring incoming calls and conversion rates
  • The ability to respond instantly to any enquiry with a fully automated, bespoke formatted quote, based on flexible, configurable fee scales
  • The option to provide ‘self-service’ quotations to customers visiting your website, potentially capturing the client early
  • The opportunity to extend the quotation system to partner estate agents and brokers, enlarging your referral network
  • A wealth of management information, such as conversion rates, time to convert, lost sales, etc, to aid future performance
  • A slick, professional, consistent approach to enquirers, enhancing the initial customer experience and improving the chance of instruction

etsos conveyancingFor more information click on the image. To arrange your free trial please contact David Opie on 01524 220001



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