Digital conveyancing leader, InfoTrack has announced they will shortly have helped their clients submit 900,000 AP1 submissions since they launched their digital AP1 service six years ago. The 30 November 2022 is the deadline set by HMRC for conveyancers to make the digital switch.
The figure underlines InfoTrack’s position as the most trusted provider of digital AP1s in the market, with clients processing on average 2.5 submissions every minute through the platform, a number only likely to grow as HMLR goes digital first.
InfoTrack’s Head of Product Louise Edwardes said of the achievement:
“Handling so many submissions before the HMLR deadline is testament not only to the robustness and ease of use of the InfoTrack platform, but also to the strong working relationships we have with HMLR and our clients.”
“Having pioneered digital AP1 submissions as far back as 2016, we provide our clients with a platform that’s been tried and trusted for many years, meaning that for them, the November deadline will pass unnoticed”.
Beyond simply enabling the submission of AP1s through its platform, the InfoTrack solution provides a number of additional checks and integrations to improve accuracy and reduce the admin burden, including: auto-attachment of SDLT5s; auto-calculated HMLR fees; expert support for complex applications; and a management dashboard enabling you to view the status of all AP1 submissions in one place. InfoTrack’s solution is also integrated into over 15 leading Case Management Solutions.
Prize draw for 1 millionth submission
Such is the excitement around digital AP1s within InfoTrack, the company has also announced a prize for the person who makes that magic one millionth submission. The lucky individual will win an overnight stay at an exclusive hotel, while their whole team will be treated to a champagne reception.
“At the present rate we’d expect our 1,000,000th digital AP1 submission to happen early in the new year. It will be great to reward one of our clients for helping us reach that milestone together.” added Edwardes.