ETSOS and LAWFUSION join forces to improve conveyancing efficiency and profitability

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30 March 2015


PrintETSOS and Select Legal Systems have joined forces to bring the conveyancing search specialist’s class-leading ordering platform direct to LAWFUSION users.

The solution gives residential and commercial conveyancers one-click access to a complete range of conveyancing products directly from the workflow saving firms time and money on each transaction and improving profitability.

ETSOS offers the richest product portfolio of any of the national providers, featuring council and regulated conveyancing searches and a wealth of ancillary reports and surveys. The LAWFUSION integration also provides access to title indemnity insurance, anti-money laundering and foreign national checks, and tools to help firms identify bogus solicitors. In addition, firms can roll-out ETSOS’s Quotation and Referral System (QRS) at no additional cost, a useful option for those looking to enhance enquiry handling and business development.

ETSOS managing director Phil Natusch comments: “We were delighted when we were contacted by Select Legal Systems to deliver an integrated search solution. The recommendation by a joint client serves to further demonstrate that this sort of innovation and collaborative added-value service is what firms want from their suppliers.”

Select Legal’s development director Steve Dixon adds: “As a long-standing provider of legal software our reputation has been built on delivering excellence and flexibility. We have always listened to our customers, so when we were asked to deliver an integrated search solution with ETSOS we could see that the link would not just benefit this one customer, but open up the potential to benefit other customers.”

 

 



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