SearchFlow attracts industry leading business development director

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9 September 2016


Searchflow 200x200SearchFlow, property intelligence specialists, has attracted a highly renowned business development director, Nick Dyoss to spearhead SearchFlow’s growth, as the company continues to expand and develop into new sectors.

Having worked for over 15 years in the conveyancing search industry, Nick Dyoss, who was previously business development director at TM Group, brings with him a wealth of industry knowledge and contacts within the wider legal and property sectors. Prior to working at TM Group, Nick Dyoss worked at Landmark Information Group within the sales team developing their channel sales.

Nick Dyoss will join the senior management team which has overseen rapid and significant transformations in all aspects of its business over the last year. A series of new products utilising the latest technological advancements have been rolled out throughout the year, helping to automate and streamline the conveyancing process. Also, SearchFlow customers are now benefiting from the best terms and conditions within the sector.

With an enhanced service offering, business has been buoyant and as a result SearchFlow has been on a recruitment drive and in addition to Nick Dyoss’ appointment, the company has significantly boosted its sales team with many new employees also joining in September.

SearchFlow is owned by dmgi::land&property, part of DMGT, a company committed to investing in its portfolio of innovative property data services. Its sister companies include leading brands such as Landmark Information Group, Ochresoft, a case management company and ETSOS.

Nick Dyoss, group business development director, comments; “With the investment backing from DMGT, collaboration with its sister companies such as Landmark Information Group and a new management team in place, it is evident that SearchFlow is providing the best service and product offering in the market. The continual roll out of new products is impressive and with a suite of fully compliant services and enhanced business terms and conditions SearchFlow is widely acclaimed within the industry.

Nick concludes; “Having worked in the conveyancing search industry for many years, I believe technology and data companies are now making ground-breaking changes within the wider legal and property sector. I am delighted to be working for a company that has an ambitious vision to fulfil.”

Greg Bryce, managing director at SearchFlow, concludes; “This is a very significant coup. Nick is highly esteemed in the industry. Nick joins us at a very exciting period where we are witnessing excellent business growth. His knowledge of the sector is extensive and he will be instrumental in developing the business as we continue to grow within not only the conveyancing industry but all sectors that will benefit from our automated market solutions derived from our property intelligence, data and analysis.”



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