Wilfred Gomez is latest addition to the Search Acumen team

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4 August 2014


Gomez: It’s a very exciting time to be joining Search Acumen

Keen to service their rapidly expanding client list; new search company Search Acumen has recruited Wilfred Gomez to join their team of Client Relationship Managers.

Well known in the legal market place Wilfred honed his skills at PSA and SearchFlow and more recently as Strategic Account Manager with Environmental search provider GroundSure.

Search Acumen Director, Andy Sommerville, said “It’s a real pleasure to have Wilf on board.  We have worked together in the searches business for over 20 years and in that time he has proven himself to be a true professional.

“His previous experience both as a searcher and account handler sets him apart in terms of product knowledge and understanding the needs of the conveyancer. We are growing rapidly with innovative products currently in development and Wilf is well equipped to hit the ground running for us. ”

Speaking of his decision to join the team at Search Acumen Wilfred said, “It was a big decision to leave an established player like GroundSure to join a new venture but I am confident it was the right one.

“The team at Search Acumen includes some of the most experienced players in the search market and are looking to make a real difference to the property transaction. It’s a very exciting time to be joining them and I am looking forward to getting on with the job”

 



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