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Australian leading SaaS company launched in NZ

Tuesday, 21 March 2017

InfoTrack, an Australian SaaS company offering intelligent search and automated workflow, has officially launched in New Zealand.

While it is a new business in the New Zealand market, it comes from the same award winning company that has been providing online searching services in Australia for the past 5 years.

InfoTrack offers Title Searches and instruments, Company Searches, Credit Reporting and PPSR Searches which can be ordered from the one convenient online system with a single login.

Dennis Wade, InfoTrack NZ Country Manager, said “we securely integrate into legal practice management systems to provide practitioners with a seamless workflow and save them from having to re-key data.”

InfoTrack has over 50 developers in Australia who are on hand developing products for the New Zealand market based on customer feedback and demand.

Dennis continued “the system also has some innovative features which are designed to save practitioners time and give firms increased efficiency.”

Such features include the REVEAL data visualisation tool which provides a far easier way to interpret PPSR and credit data and visualises company structures.

InfoTrack also offers an easy-to-use electronic signing tool that enables you to sign documents online from any location in a few simple steps.

InfoTrack clients are not required to use any accounting or practice management system; cost recoveries can be easily imported into their current systems to reduce the risk of write-offs to the firm.

As well as law firms of all sizes, the company can service users in government, banking, debt recovery and accounting.


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