We are pleased to announce the integration of the Searchflow search management platform with Osprey Approach.
The integration enables property lawyers to seamlessly order and manage residential and commercial conveyancing searches, reports and submissions from the UK’s leading search provider within the cloud-based practice management solution.
This not only reduces the time spent on the process, but ensures overall compliance by completing and documenting everything in one system.
The integration provides property teams with a faster and more efficient way of managing property searches and due diligence reports requirements, as well as company searches, HMLR searches and access to Lawyer Checker, all from within a single interface.
Via the integration, customers can set up their most used products and bundles for easier, faster ordering and crucially all items ordered via SearchFlow are automatically listed in the Osprey Approach Ledger, meaning nothing is missed.
Fee earners are then notified by email as searches are returned, to ensure they can quickly respond and avoid delays.
Adds Tracy Burtwell, Sales Director at SearchFlow said,
“We strive to provide a high quality customer experience and by integrating with preferred case management solutions, such as Osprey Approach, our clients can enhance their conveyancing productivity and ensure no stone is left unturned.
This in turn enables them to provide a more efficient output – and service – to their home buying and selling clients.”
Pracctice Ltd’s CEO, Craig Matthews said,
“We are delighted to integrate Osprey Approach with the market’s leading conveyancing search provider, SearchFlow.
In doing so, it enables legal services firms to complete more of the process from within their practice management solutions, saving time and improving the business flow.
It also provides greater transparency on the overall search and legal reports ordering process, with search results being automatically returned and filed into Osprey Approach so everything is clearly itemised and audited and nothing is overlooked.”