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Generate conveyancing enquiries while you sleep

13th October 2014

Using the ETSOS Quotation and Referral System (QRS) ETSOS conveyancing clients can now generate online conveyancing quotations 24/7 for free from their own website, and other routes.The real benefits are

  • Generating more enquiries through your website and enhancing conversion rates
  • Make it easy for potential conveyancing clients to get the price information they need – conveyance costs, disbursement costs and stamp duty
  • The automatic generation of an email a branded, compliant conveyancing quote
  • Capturing client data for follow up
  • Monitoring conversion rates and reasons for non-conversion
  • Demonstrate efficiency, transparency and customer service from outset

Poole Alcock has recently taken advantage of our QRS and the firm is already seeing the benefits: http://poolealcock.co.uk/request-a-quote.html

“Adding QRS to our website has given the department a new stream of enquiries and also saved our fee earners time in producing quotes. Clients have a ‘click to accept’ option in the email, which they really like as it makes the process of instructing a solicitor much more efficient and provides a better service right from the start ” said Scott Harding, Partner, Poole Alcock.

QRS can also be used in house when dealing with incoming enquiries over the phone, saving time in producing the quote and ensuring a consistency in both fees and presentation.

If you are a more adventurous firm the facility can also be made available to any IFAs or estate agents with whom you have a relationship.

To find out more about QRS could help your firm generate and convert more new business enquiries please contact David Opie davidopie@etsos.co.uk 01524 220 001.

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