SearchFlow attracts industry’s leading sales director

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9 May 2016


Searchflow 2016.jpgSearchFlow, property intelligence specialists, has attracted a highly renowned sales director, Carole Marsden to spearhead the business development team as the company continues to expand and develop into new sectors.

Carole, who has 13 years’ experience in the conveyancing search industry having previously worked as sales director at TM Group, is joining SearchFlow as UK Sales Director to bring to market the company’s new product innovations and services across the property and legal sectors.

SearchFlow has been operating in the market for over 25 years and is the market leading provider of conveyancing search solutions. 

Since a new management team was put in place six months ago, the company has undergone rapid and significant transformations in all aspects of its business.

Carole Marsden, UK sales director at SearchFlow, comments: “Over recent months, SearchFlow has caught my interest. I am passionate about the industry and believe there is a great future for the best property and land data providers.

“SearchFlow has demonstrated to me that it has all the needed components in place such as highly skilled employees, expertise in data analysis and progressive technology, to enable me and my team to deliver an unrivalled service to the conveyancing and property sectors.”

Greg Bryce, managing director at SearchFlow, concludes: “This is a very significant coup. Carole is highly esteemed in the industry. Her knowledge of the sector is extensive but she is also a phenomenal and inspirational team leader.

“We have an outstanding team of account managers and with Carole at the helm we are excited about continuing to deliver leading market solutions derived from our property intelligence data and analysis.”

SearchFlow is owned by dmgi::land&property, part of DMGT, a company committed to investing in its portfolio of innovative property data services. Its sister companies include leading brands such as Landmark Information Group and Ochresoft, a case management company.

 



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