InfoTrack appoints new marketing team to promote simple – but smart – search platform

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14 October 2015


InfoTrack 200InfoTrack has announced the appointment of a new marketing team, to support growth for the innovative search provider. Adam Bullion joins as general manager of marketing and Rose de Vries as marketing manager.

Adam has over 17 years’ marketing experience, with a track record for launching new brands within the automotive and conveyancing sectors. He will be responsible for contributing to the company’s overall strategy including a full launch of InfoTrack in England and Wales.

Rose graduated from university in 2012 before beginning a career in marketing software solutions. Rose has moved to the UK to support further growth, having been with InfoTrack Australia for two years.

InfoTrack provides a straightforward platform for conveyancers to perform all the key conveyancing searches including SDLT Submissions and AP1 Transfers within one website. The platform can quickly and easily be integrated into any preferred CMS system.

Scott Bozinis, CEO, commented, “I’m delighted that Adam and Rose have joined the InfoTrack team. We firmly believe that our simple but smart platform will change how conveyancers work.

“What’s more, with so many new developments in our plans, we need a team who will bring valuable experience in marketing and communications whilst contributing to our mission of providing first class search capabilities that delight customers.”

“I’m looking forward to working with Scott and the wider InfoTrack family,” added Adam Bullion. “In our very first meeting, I was taken by the power of the search platform and how it delivers against conveyancers’ needs. It’s clear that InfoTrack is an extremely dynamic business, quickly responding to customer requirements and to be part of an agile business focused on customer needs is incredibly exciting.

“Both Rose and I look forward to helping raise awareness among conveyancers of what, up until now, has been the conveyancing industry’s best kept secret.”



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