Searchflow appoints head of product to expand its data services

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19 October 2015


Searchflow200xConveyancing Search Provider, SearchFlow, which is part of dmgi:: land&property, has appointed Kris Clark as Head of Product to expand its product and service offering.

Kris Clark is an innovator with 15 years’ experience in product research and development. A specialist in the collation and digitisation of land, property and environmental data, Kris brings to SearchFlow his first class product development and technical skills and extensive knowledge of the property sector.

Since forging a career in web development at a formative age, Kris has been an adviser on big data for both blue chip organisations and lean start-ups in the UK and overseas.

Having previously worked at OneSearch Direct, Kris has gained over ten years’ experience within the conveyancing sector. At OneSearch Direct, Kris headed up product and data development,   designing and introducing four major conveyancing search products including the Chancel Repair Report and Personal Drainage and Water searches.

At SearchFlow, Kris will be responsible for overseeing the whole product range, as well as driving product design and delivery for the additional services scheduled for next year. His appointment follows the recent announcement of Maud Rousseau joining SearchFlow as Group Director of Marketing and Communications, and Stefanie van den Haak as Commercial Director.

Greg Bryce, managing director of SearchFlow, comments; “Appointing Kris as Head of Product is a great coup for SearchFlow. Kris is a phenomenally bright and competent innovator who has an innate ability to not only identify unique market opportunities but then design and deliver a solution.

“His proven technical skills, knowledge of the property sector and expertise handling big data, combined with his energy and drive will be crucial for the development of SearchFlow’s innovative data services which will be rolled out next year.”



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