InfoTrack wins LegalEx Advance Technology Award 2017

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6 April 2017


InfoTrackInfoTrack are delighted to have added the LegalEx Advance Technology Award 2017 to a growing list of awards. InfoTrack were recognised by a panel of judges as providing innovative technology that assists law firms in achieving new levels of performance efficiency and productivity.

With their agile system, InfoTrack has the ability to quickly launch exciting new products such as eCOS (electronic contract packs) and SignIT. This is in addition to the integration of conveyancing searches, SDLT and AP1 submissions into the platform, so the users require just a single login and password to perform all their key conveyancing tasks.

To see these innovative services in action, please register for one of the webinars below:

eCOS – compile, send and sign electronic Contract Packs

Wednesday 12th April, 10am

Thursday 27th April, 12pm

Thursday 18th May, 10am

SignIT – sign any document, electronically

Wednesday 19th April, 10am

Wednesday 3rd May, 12pm

UK Company Searches – comprehensive packages and reports, including Company Conveyancing Reports

Wednesday 5th April, 10am

Adam Bullion, General Manager of Marketing comments “We are absolutely thrilled to have won the Advance Performance Technology Award. Winning awards like this illustrate our mission to create the technology that legal firms need. Our rapidly increasing client base are already enjoying the benefits and efficiencies that our technology delivers and, as we always say, we wouldn’t win these awards without our clients so these awards also recognise them.”



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