Conveyancing Services & Software


InfoTrack

1 July 2021

InfoTrack is the home of digital conveyancing. A powerful suite of solutions from client onboarding and searches to post-completion and e-signature services, we digitise the entire conveyancing process to assure compliance and productivity. Our award-winning solution connects law firms to… Read More


Osprey Approach

1 June 2021

Osprey Approach provides software solutions that help lawyers maximise their time, improve profitability and deliver excellent client service.


tmgroup

11 February 2021

tmgroup has a vision to streamline the property transaction for the benefit of all – they do this by utilising technology to save time for you and your firm.


Perfect Portal

5 February 2021

Perfect Portal is a new business management system that empowers legal professionals to take advantage of every opportunity through a convenient, fully integrated and easy to use online platform. Whether the firm is looking to speed up their quoting process,… Read More


Land Data

31 August 2017

Land Data is the official government appointed organisation that manages and regulates the National Land Information Service (NLIS) contracts. The company was established by IDeA in 2001 to serve the interests of the general public by making authoritative property search… Read More


Landmark Information Group

1 June 2016

Landmark has established a reputation for being a leading provider of environmental and other location-based risk information to the residential and commercial property sectors in England, Wales and Scotland. Our dedicated, personal approach supports legal and conveyancing professionals in their… Read More


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