dmgi::land&property emea&apac acquires ETSOS a leading provider of conveyancing technology

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7 October 2015


Printdmgi::land&property emea&apac (dmgilp), the international property information division of dmg information, announced today that it has acquired the entire issued share capital of Estate Technical Solutions Limited (ETSOS).

ETSOS, based in Caton near Lancaster, is a leading provider of technology to conveyancing solicitors and other property professionals. ETSOS plays a key role in helping solicitors identify and manage risks in property transactions, and helping them grow their business efficiently.

dmgilp provides information to the same end user markets through its leading brands SearchFlow, Landmark and Argyll Environmental. dmgilp is part of dmg information, a group of business-to-business information companies covering a broad range of sectors including property, finance, energy, environmental and education. dmg information is a division of DMGT plc, the international media and information business.

“This is a great opportunity for ETSOS,” says Phil Natusch, managing director of ETSOS. “Both ETSOS and dmgilp share a vision of providing innovative, high quality technology solutions, backed up by superior customer service. I am very excited by the opportunities that the combination of ETSOS and dmgilp will bring.”

Mark Milner, CEO of dmgilp, comments: “We are delighted to be investing in ETSOS. Phil Natusch and his co-founders and team have built an excellent business with a well-deserved reputation for innovation and customer service. This investment fits our strategy of backing high growth businesses with first class management teams.”

For more information regarding dmgi::land&property emea&apac, visit www.dmgilp.co.uk.



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