ULS technology completes purchase of Amity Law

ULS technology, a leading provider of digital products and services in the home moving market, has completed the acquisition of Bolton based property law firm, Amity Law, to help strengthen its offering to the legal profession.

The acquisition will enable ULS technology to build, pilot and evolve new digital products in a live environment, providing the company with valuable insight to shape future services and experiences and refine them prior to rolling out nationally.

Jesper With-Fogstrup, CEO at ULS technology, said:

“This is the next step in our journey to revolutionise the home buying and selling experience for everyone involved by using technology to radically change processes currently in place.  Having Amity Law central to that development will allow for faster insights, better feedback, improved accuracy and helps us launch products quicker to market.”

Amity Law will continue to operate its award-winning service to consumers led by Director Jayne Hart with Paul Saunders ULS technology executive joining the leadership team as Managing Director.

Jayne Hart, Director at Amity Law, said:

“This is really exciting news for the team at Amity Law as well as our customers and the industry.  We’re really looking forward to marrying our extensive conveyancing knowledge with ULS’s digital expertise to help the industry develop and deliver a more seamless service to clients”

With-Fogstrup, continues:

“We are investing considerable resource into our technology and there is nothing better than working with customers directly developing products that truly make a difference.   I am very excited to have Amity Law join our team as we deliver on building a more efficient and slicker process for consumers and conveyancers.”

The acquisition follows the news last week that Simply Conveyancing acquired Peterborough-based Pirie Palmann to create a “top 10 conveyancing practice” with plans to launch a northern office.

The consideration of this transaction is not-material and does not require disclosure under the AIM Rules for companies.

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