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ULS launches new conveyancing service with Metro bank

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ULS launches new conveyancing service with Metro bank
ULS Technology has entered into a three-year contract to provide Metro bank’s customers with conveyancing services.

The online B2B platform provider says that the new service has been tailored specifically to meet Metro bank’s requirements.

Ben Thompson (pictured), chief executive officer of ULS, said: “We are all delighted to have been awarded this agreement, under which we have built a tailored suite of conveyancing technology-led services to support Metro bank.”

Thompson continued: “As we move into the second half of the current financial year, we will continue to explore and develop ways to enhance customer satisfaction and accelerate the conveyancing experience to give mortgage borrowers and home movers improved customer experience and outcomes.”

“This is an exciting time for the whole sector as technology-led solutions, such as ours, demonstrate how they can tangibly improve how conveyancing and the wider home moving process is carried out,” he said.

Thompson added: “We very much look forward to evolving our conveyancing related technology with Metro bank and exploring how impactful this can be on overall customer experience, to the direct benefit of the bank and its mortgage borrowers.

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