STL CEO Alan Thorogood moves to Business Advisor role for InfoTrack

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9 November 2017

InfoTrackAfter 22 years as CEO with STL Group, Alan Thorogood has moved into his new position as Business Advisor to the InfoTrack board, supporting the rapid growth of InfoTrack in the UK.

Alan Thorogood has had a successful career at STL for 22 years and continues to sit on various boards as Director the PCCB. Alan was also a founder and remains an executive member of COPSO and a member of CILEX.  InfoTrack CEO, Scott Bozinis, takes over the helm of the STL business.

With Alans passion and knowledge for the industry, Alan remains an important advisor providing expertise and direction for the InfoTrack group of companies and the journey to deliver improved legal services through technology.

Scott Bozinis, CEO of InfoTrack says, “Alan grew STL into one of the largest search providers in the industry. Over the last 3 years, he has truly supported InfoTrack’s journey into the market, and has been instrumental in helping to grow our client numbers. He is regarded highly, not only by our team but within the legal market itself. Alan’s passion, extensive knowledge and brilliant thinking makes him instrumental to the success of all InfoTrack companies. The future is very exciting for Alan and I am looking forward to continuing to work with him.”

Alan Thorogood comments, “I will miss the day to day running of STL as a business, but I’m delighted to be stepping into a different role that affords me the opportunity to focus on the strategic direction of InfoTrack. It is an opportunity that I simply couldn’t turn down. Part of my new role will involve remaining on the various boards, including the PCCB which is a hugely important body within the industry. STL and InfoTrack will now work even closer together to ensure clients across the UK are receiving the best conveyancing technology solutions in the market.”

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