ETSOS hits right note at PROPERTYdrum B2B awards

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2 May 2012


Online search specialist and ancillary service provider, ETSOS, has hit just the right note at this year’s PROPERTYdrum B2B awards, scooping top honours in the Outsourced Services category.

The judges were impressed by ETSOS’s one stop property shop approach, with the onus on innovation and product development geared to enhancing agents’ performance, efficiency and competitiveness. Of particular interest was the free Quotation and Referral System (QRS), which ETSOS offers to agents and conveyancers to enable effective collaboration, instant, real-time quoting and seamless instruction and interaction.

Commenting on the win, managing director Phil Natusch said: “We’re naturally delighted to have won this award and to have earned the recognition of our peers – it’s a great moment for all the team here who work so hard to support our clients and to push this business forward. Our ancillary service offering has grown significantly over the past two years, and, together with the addition of QRS, we’ve been able to make a strong case for outsourcing with clients increasingly keen to take advantage of its inherent efficiencies, economies and profit opportunities.”



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