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Calling all case management users

7th November 2013

Do you currently use case management for your conveyancing business? Are you interested in improving the efficiency of your service? In this increasingly price driven conveyancing market, here’s a simple way to save you time on each purchase transaction you undertake.

ETSOS are currently working with a number of case management suppliers to provide access to the range of ETSOS products direct from your workflow: 

  • Order searches directly from your case management system
  • Reports can potentially (depending on the Case Management System) be returned automatically into the matter
  • No need to login to supplier websites
  • Account managers at end of phone to respond to any queries
  • Save time and make your process more efficient and profitable.

ETSOS is now integrated (or about to commence final testing) with SOS, Cognito, DPS, Ochresoft and Norwel. If your case management system is not on the list, let us know. We are more than happy to speak to your supplier to see if integration is achievable… and… in most circumstances we will not charge for any time we spend helping you to integrate. 

For more information speak to David Opie (davidopie@etsos.co.uk/ 01524 220001) or sign up on the form below for more information…

I'd like more information about case management integration

 

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