Leading conveyancing search provider PSG are delighted to announce their ordering platform PSG Connect is now integrated with the full legal practice Case Management System Hoowla.
PSG launched their new ordering platform in January and received a great response from clients. The new system has been built with integration and collaboration in mind to bring further efficiencies and additional benefits to clients wherever possible. The integration with Hoowla is part of a rolling programme of integrations which are planned over the coming months.
Hoowla user and PSG customer Leona Bulmer, solicitor at Roland Robinsons and Fentons LLP said: “The integration with PSG is excellent and will prove to be invaluable to us. Many of the systems we looked at were extremely expensive. Hoowla is not. The team (PSG & Hoowla) are very willing to alter the system to meet our needs and work in a way that is better for me and my team.”
The integration with Hoowla enables users to seamlessly order Title Insurance, Conveyancing Searches and risk management products such as Lawyer Checker and AML Checks without the need for double keying client and property details. All reports are delivered directly back to Hoowla and immediately accessible by the client.
Richard Dawson, Group Managing Director for PSG, commented: “We talk to our clients regularly to ensure we are meeting their needs and we identified integration with case management as a common requirement for many. We plan to integrate with more CMS providers to help all our clients achieve greater workflow efficiencies. Hoowla share a common objective with PSG; putting the client first and focusing on excellent customer service. We are delighted to now be fully integrated with the Hoowla system.”
To discuss the case management options available with PSG, please contact your local PSG office, details of which you can find at www.psgconnect.co.uk; or email the national customer services team on [email protected]
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