triSearch provides a national service and has direct links to organisations such as Land Registry Services and ASIC. The triSearch name was previously used by a NSW search business. It is now a new and separate entity.

Comprehensive searching, electronic contract preparation and integration with PEXA is possible for the new company by leveraging the InfoTrack platform where needed.

triSearch CEO Taylah Allen says “We are very excited to introduce triSearch as the newest provider in the Australian conveyancing and legal market. Our aim is to provide a great searching solution at a competitive price without sacrificing on service.”

Taylah Allen – CEO of triSearch

Allen states that providing a simple searching experience for customers is paramount. “Ease of use is a key priority for us. We make it simple for our clients to either use ‘pay as you go’ or set up a free account and start searching immediately. Not only that, the triSearch ‘2-click’ system is easy to navigate and simplifies the search process to save firms time.”

Munira Karimjee of NSW conveyancing firm ‘Conveyancing R US’ in Sydney has been using the triSearch platform since its launch earlier this year. Karimjee says “the triSearch platform makes ordering searches easy; it’s quick, efficient and I love that I save so much time because I don’t have to keep rekeying information. The way the system creates the contract of sale and allows me to quickly compile and email it direct to my clients is fantastic”.

Allen says that triSearch is now focusing on integration and eConveyancing. “We are dedicated to supporting our clients so that they can operate their businesses as efficiently as possible and service their clients at a low cost. We already integrate with most practice management systems, but we’re looking to expand our network of integration partners even further. We’re also helping simplify the eConveyancing process from VOI through to property certificates, contracts and electronic settlements.”

For further information:

www.trisearch.com.au/contact

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