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£2M Turnover in First 8 Months – Opportunities for Partners

1st October 2010

ETSOS, the cutting edge, state-of-the-art on-line conveyancing ordering system, is enjoying spectacular success after turning over more than £2m in just eight months.

ETSOS, which was launched on 1 February, is now aiming to grow faster and even more profitable by inviting Introducers to partner with it. ETSOS, which has been described as “the most exciting service provider to enter the conveyancing market in years”, has opportunities for Introducers who have the ambition and drive to get involved with a fast paced, pioneering company and love the buzz of ‘making things happen’.

ETSOS represents a new generation in the provision of conveyancing services to the modern day property practitioner via a cutting-edge, reliable website that provides all the products practitioners need to buy and sell, and remortgage properties.  ETSOS uses the most powerful, state-of-the-art, intuitive and easy to use technology on the market today which is currently unmatched – and ensures that the company can offer an efficient, great service to all  its customers.

This latest opportunity for Introducers is one of many exciting and ambitious plans that ETSOS has in place for the coming months.  Philip Natusch, ETSOS’s managing director says: “The factors driving our company’s rapid success are simply first class customer service, keen pricing, combined with cutting edge technology.”

ETSOS is the online one-stop for all property professionals and is used by a rapidly growing number of companies including large solicitors’ firms who are praising the uniqueness of the system.  Martyn Morgan, senior partner at Talbots Solicitors LLP in the West Midlands, says: “We recently changed search providers to ETSOS and have found them professional, helpful, and willing in all areas of business. They have provided us with a fresh and very worthwhile online ordering system. I look forward to developing our working relationship with ETSOS as we go forward and have no hesitation in recommending their skilled, helpful and friendly approach to search providing”.

Jackie Holmes of Douglas Clift solicitors in Lancaster says: “ETSOS is faster, more efficient and significantly cheaper than many other search companies, with excellent levels of customer support.”

The system, which is simple and easy to use, is supported by ‘real life’ account managers who are UK based and available to answer any enquiries or day to day queries.  This ‘ease to use’ coupled with the fact that ETSOS is less expensive, more efficient and faster than any other system available on the market makes its offering unique.

Matthew Robinson from Robinsons Solicitors says: “ETSOS represents a new generation in the provision of conveyancing services to the modern day practitioner.” He says: “Robinson’s Solicitors’ ethos is to provide our clients with the highest service levels possible. ETSOS helps us achieve that by providing a ‘one stop shop’ facility to obtain all our search requirements in an expedient and cost effective way.”

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