SearchFlow’s head of product, Kris Clark to speak at Legalex 2016

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3 May 2016

Searchflow 2016.jpgKris Clark, head of product at SearchFlow, property intelligence specialists, will be looking at how the digitisation of data is driving change within the legal sector.

The transformation of land and property data is well underway, with the Land Registry, Local Authorities, Government bodies and search providers embracing a new push to digitise.

Kris will be looking at how data providers, driven by the appetite for faster access to digitised information with interpretation, insight and analysis, are employing the latest technologies to deliver and interpret data that will help improve risk management, compliance, and deliver efficiencies in the conveyancing sector.

Kris Clark, Shifting Landscape of Land and Property Data

Venue: ExCel London, Legalex 2016, Conveyancing Theatre

Date: Wednesday, 11th May

Time: 15:00 – 15:45

The largest national event designed to help legal firms improve and expand as a business, Legalex is taking place on 11 and 12 May 2016 at ExCel in London. Tickets are free – book yours now at

Come and meet us at Legalex, we are located at Stand Number L550

Kris Clark is an innovator with 15 years’ experience in product research and development. A specialist in the collation and digitisation of land, property and environmental data, Kris has been an adviser on big data for both blue chip organisations and lean start-ups in the UK and overseas.

Kris has extensive experience in the property and conveyancing sector and has designed and introduced four major conveyancing search products including the Chancel Repair Report and Personal Drainage and Water searches.

SearchFlow is part of dmgi::land&property the international property information division of dmg information, the private equity and venture capital arm of the DMGT. SearchFlow has over 25 years’ experience in providing legal professionals with trusted, up-to-date searches and runs more than 1 million searches every year for over 2,500 legal clients in England and Wales.

SearchFlow’s comprehensive range of searches, surveys, identity checks and conveyancing insurance solutions are all designed to streamline the conveyancing process.

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