InfoTrack has launched the Digital Conveyancing Maturity Index. An industry-first, the index will survey the digital conveyancing capabilities of law firms to understand how digitally advanced their processes are or are not.
Firms that complete the survey will receive a personalised report benchmarking how their business is performing with the adoption of digital conveyancing services. With information comparing how they are progressing against industry averages, including firm size variables, firms will also receive average scores across the legal organisations they’re affiliated with including the Bold Legal Group, Council for Licensed Conveyancers, the Law Society, Conveyancing Association, and LawNet.
The initiative has been designed to support law firms in the adoption of digital conveyancing, highlighting key areas of progression, areas for further advancement, and where they sit compared to the rest of the industry. All reporting will remain anonymous while providing firms with a toolkit to confirm whether they are on track or need to justify the introduction of new technology into their practice.
The Digital Conveyancing Maturity Index will be launched on the 28th September 2022 at the Digital Conveyancing Summit. Another industry-first, the event will focus on engaging law firms with insightful sessions covering compliance and regulation, how to build a digital-first law firm, the impact of technology on people, business, and clients, and more.
Sam Jordan, InfoTrack COO, comments, “We’re excited to launch this Index to highlight the progress that’s been made and the opportunities that still exist. It’s hard for firms to know whether they’re leading, keeping up, or falling behind. These personalised reports will provide invaluable insights into how successful they’ve been in modernising their practices.”
Rob Hailstone of Bold Legal Group adds, “I believe in the value law firms will get by sharing their feedback about how digital their conveyancing process is. The benchmarking and insight into how their processes can evolve with the right digital tools is something the industry hasn’t previously had access to. I’d encourage every law firm to complete the survey for the wealth of individualised data they will receive in return.”
“Gauging how far you are along on the journey with digital conveyancing can be tough for law firms. This index will be a brilliant tool to help firms recognise where they are making good progress and which areas they need to prioritise. The personalised data that they’ll get in return will be invaluable, so we recommend every firm takes advantage of this opportunity,” says George Coombes, Member Services Manager at LawNet.
Law firms can gain valuable data and insight into the digitisation of their conveyancing process by completing the Digital Conveyancing Maturity Index survey here. The reports are free and confidential.