VTUK integrate ETSOS ordering platform into sales software

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16 May 2012

The UK’s leading software company VTUK has announced that online ordering platform ETSOS is to be integrated into a one-stop solution software package for estate agents, Aquarius.

The integration will enable estate agents to order and monitor products such as Energy Performance Certificates, floor plans and other services needed to market properties through Aquarius.  This will make it easier for agents to find and order products for their properties.

ETSOS won the Outsourced Services Award at this year’s Property Drum Awards, and its integration into Aquarius mirrors a function already available in the lettings and management software package Gemini.  ETSOS also provides log-in credentials to customers who use the new feature.  This will give customers the ability to monitor and track their orders through the ETSOS portal.

Managing Director of VTUK, Peter Grant says:

“We are delighted that we have integrated the excellent ETSOS platform into Aquarius.  This improvement will save our customers time and effort, and will further establish Aquarius into a one-stop-shop piece of estate agency management software.”

We have always strived to deliver products and services which enhance our customers’ productivity and simplify their procedures.  The addition of ETSOS to Aquarius supports that claim and bolsters our position as the UK’s leading independent software company.”

Phil Natusch, Managing Director of ETSOS says:

“We are delighted to be able to work with VTUK and offer their existing client base the chance to use the innovative ETSOS platform at exclusive prices.  Agents who want to take the hassle away from the administration of additional services should get in touch and let ETSOS do the hard work.”


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