tmgroup highly commended in Modern Law Awards

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25 November 2015


TMGroup200tmgroup were highly commended in the Modern Law Awards for the category Supporting the Industry (26+ employees) last week at a prestigious ceremony at The Hurlingham Club in London.

The awards were launched to celebrate and identify sparkling talent and success in entrepreneurship, market development, business management and best practice in the modern legal services arena. ​

tmgroup’s award entry centred around the introduction of their new Quote Conversion Tool, one of their recent innovations in the conveyancing sector: a free online solution for conveyancers to help improve how they handle new business enquiries.

Marketing director Ben Harris commented: “We were delighted to have been highly commended for the work our whole team put into supporting the industry and particularly the services we provide to conveyancers.”

Harris continued “A lot of time went into bringing the Quote Conversion Tool to our customers – from market research & customer workshops to product development and design – so we’re thrilled to have been acknowledged in this category.”

tmgroup will soon announce more innovations designed to transform the property transaction for the better, making it easier, quicker and safer for all involved.

For more information on how you can work with tmgroup, visit www.tmgroup.co.uk

 



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