14 June 2018 at 11:25 BST

Conveyancing gets a new fast track

Technology providers team up to offer real-time seamless integration for conveyancing tasks.

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Peppermint is ofering seamless integration with InfoTrack, allowing law firms to access and automatically populate the InfoTrack platform with matter data from their Peppermint solution in real time.

Time and margins

This saves time and drives increased margin when performing their conveyancing, particularly during pre and post-completion tasks, including SDLT and AP1 forms. PeppCX works seamlessly with InfoTrack to automatically send documents and results back into PeppCX for contacts, clients or matters, including the automatic creation of documents into SharePoint. This means that firms no longer have to manually create and save these documents, increasing speed and efficiency in their processes. Firms can embed this integration into their existing processes using the out of the box collaboration tools in PeppCX such as Workflow, Dialogs & Matter Case Plans. This means firms can benefit from using the integration without having to alter their existing business processes, reducing disruption.

Integration savings

Tom Willis, Product Manager from Peppermint Technology, says it offers ‘clients a single touch point for a multitude of different conveyancing tasks as an efficient alternative to multiple integrations or processes. The integration can be easily embedded into existing processes within Peppermint. Phil Whitehead, GM of Alliances at InfoTrack, says ‘Conveyancing is a particularly admin heavy area of law, that’s why we want to provide clients with technology that delivers to their needs, creating efficiencies and time savings wherever possible.’ He adds, clients can ‘reduce the time it takes to complete a matter by 30%. With clients becoming increasingly focussed on service and communication, providing them with technology that enables them to focus on the areas where it is needed, is imperative.’

 
   
 
 
 

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