Index PI Offers Additional Value to Integrated Reports on Title EM
Leading search provider Index Property Information has announced a unique offering to their law firm clients in relation to their integrated Report on Title platform, Lexsure’s e-ROT.
Hundreds of lawyers ordering Index searches currently benefit from the innovative reporting software. Once the conveyancer orders their search bundle the case is automatically created and populated with data.
Index have now turned their attention to driving down the cost so that the software can be within easy reach of any firm regardless of size. For Law Firms using Index for their search work Index will cover the set-up fee or monthly license fee for firms. *
Jeremy Dorkins, UK Managing Director of Index Property Information commented
“The conveyancing market has been crying out for a better way to generate Reports on Title. Using the e-ROT integration will save firms time optimising the reporting process. Almost without exception firms that view the software want it. On the other hand, now more than ever, firms have a keen eye on fixed costs and are very sensitive to upfront or monthly fees. We listened to our clients and managed to navigate a successful path to be able to ensure that finances should not impede taking up this highly regarded service”
In response to the offer, Simon Seaton of Lexsure said
“Index has gone the extra mile. The fact that they are financing this offer sets them apart and speaks volumes about their customer service. As a conveyancing practice, it means that you do not incur a set-up or monthly fee. Only in exceptionally rare situations would the firm even receive an invoice from Lexsure. That means that there is no dent to the office account.”
Index is inviting firms free of charge to a webinar on Tuesday 7th July at 10:00 am where the software will be shown. Bookings can be made here.
*For setup between the 7th & 30th July only.
This article was submitted to be published by Index Property Information as part of their advertising agreement with Today’s Conveyancer. The views expressed in this article are those of the submitter and not those of Today’s Conveyancer.