Conveyancing software provider Dye & Durham has upgraded its Index Property Information platform, promising to ease the registration process and provide one-stop services for HM Land Registry (HMLR) requirements.
The firm said the changes will allow legal professionals to complete digital registration applications without the need to separately visit HMLR’s new Digital Registration Service ahead of the 30 November Digital by Default timeline.
Stephen McCluskey, director of operations at Dye & Durham, said: “Everything we do focuses on improving the precision and confidence of our customers.
“Investing in the Index data platform has been a priority for Dye & Durham, and our latest upgrade will leverage the robust, innovative, cloud-based architecture at the core of the Index product suite.”
Dye & Durham acquired the Index Property Information Group in 2019.
The HMLR Digital Registration Service, known as AP1, is the first integrated Index product to benefit from the Dye & Durham upgrade.
McCluskey added: “Such strong data foundations enable us to improve integration services with superior stability and enhance the speed and availability of data while improving the way we build, deploy and support Index software in the future to offer better services for our legal clients.
“Our data-driven insights, plus our expert team’s focus to solve customer problems, have come together to support firms and bring better law practice and business solutions to market.”