TM Group announce Coal Authority integration

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19 June 2015


TMGroup200As part of their ongoing commitment to streamline the conveyancing process, TM Group are proud to announce they are the first search provider to complete integration with The Coal Authority’s Business to Business interface for the provision of CON29M Mining Report Services.

The XML integration with the Coal Authority covers both residential and commercial CON29M reports and will help speed up thousands of property transactions. The CON29M reports is a core search in many cases and TM Group’s integration with the Coal Authority will ensure that TM Group customers will now experience and benefit from a quicker, efficient and more reliable service.

Nick Dyoss, business development director at TM Group, commented:

“We’re delighted to provide this new integration with the Coal Authority, which will enable TM Group to provide a swifter and smoother service to more than 1,000 conveyancing firms who use and rely upon our award-winning technology. We believe that the property transaction should be as quick and easy as possible and this integration reinforces our position as being the most forward-thinking search provider to the conveyancing market.”

The integration is now in place and forms part of a number of technology developments being rolled out by TM Group in 2015, such as the recently released Quote Conversion Tool which helps conveyancers by saving them time and making converting new clients a breeze.

To learn more about working with TM Group, please contact them on 0844 249 9200 or email helpdesk@tmgroup.co.uk



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