Within the span of a week in March 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic brought more change to the legal and conveyancing profession than had been seen in the prior decade. It has fundamentally changed the way we work and forced many organisations to rethink the way business is conducted.
It is a conveyancer’s job to ensure the due diligence and settlement process is completed in a timely, professional and above all else, accurate manor. One of the most important jobs for any software or search provider is to eliminate any chance of disrupting your workflow by introducing automations.
According to the Australian Government, ‘human error’ is commonly cited as the factor for anywhere between 70 to 100 per cent of incidents in the workplace. And while there are many factors that can influence ‘human error’, in the conveyancing world, a solution to preventing most incidents is by utilising automation.
In today’s modern conveyancing industry, using a practice management software (PMS), like triSearch’s all-in-one conveyancing solution, triConvey, is one of the most efficient strategies to automate the workplace.
Residential property is Australia’s largest asset class – today, the sector is worth more than $8 trillion1. It’s a vital pillar of our nation’s economy, particularly as we seek to rebuild and recover from the disruption caused by COVID-19.
With the significant finances involved in the purchase or sale of a property, unfortunately, real estate agents, legal practitioners and homebuyers and sellers alike are a natural and popular target for potential cyber criminals.