Conveyancers can start working from home again more efficiently than they did while in the office. This was one of the main lessons learned in DPS Software’s  latest webinar ‘Paperless Conveyancing in Lockdown UK’.
The Webinar showed how conveyancers can save time & effort by making the move to a paperless working environment and taking advantage of DPS’s numerous integrations.
Kunwar Chohan, Sales & Account Manager at DPS, who presented during the webinar said: “Conveyancing has taken a big hit lately, so it is important for firms to get back up and running as quickly as possible and work more efficiently while at home. This webinar showed just how they can do that.”
Conveyancers discovered many ways they can make greater efficiencies while working from home. For example, with DPS, they have the ability to send forms to clients for them to complete and submit online from any device. The document is then automatically saved in the DPS file history and updates all matter information accordingly.
The in-efficiencies of manually completing forms and sending them across to clients are stripped away and data accuracy in the case management system is ensured.
Conveyancing firms can also make life easier by using DPS’s Land Registry Portal integration. Solicitors don’t waste time on duplicated data entry, forms are completed automatically and submission to the Land Registry is managed from within DPS. With just a single sign on a user has access to both the DPS Case management System and the Land Registry Portal without having to swap between windows and login elsewhere.
Conveyancing users also benefit from a single sign-on with tmgroup’s integration to DPS. With one click of a button, users can ‘buy’ more than 120 searches, including local authority searches, planning reports and any other searches. These are then delivered straight to your file history in the DPS conveyancing CMS along with fees, which are automatically recorded and sent to the firm’s accounts team as an e-chit. This automated process is both simple and efficient, creating an easier journey for both fee earner and support staff.