Join InfoTrack as we tour throughout New South Wales and Victoria from the 17 August - 14 October to demonstrate the latest in electronic conveyancing technology and provide a forum for practitioners to learn from experts, share their opinions and spark debate amongst their peers. This is an event not to be missed! Speakers include Philip Argy, Russell Cocks, Claire Martin, Brad Newton, Liz Chase, Garth Brown & Guy Dawson.
|Understand the role of technology in the modern legal and conveyancing practice - how it lowers costs, increases staff satisfaction and professionalism, reduces risks, and increases efficiency, profitability and client loyalty.|
|Start embracing digital disruption. It isn’t about overhauling your entire business model or operations but about using technologies in a smart way to complement and boost your current practices.|
|Learn how paperless conveyancing is revolutionising the way Australians buy and sell property - what traditionally took 3-6 weeks can now be completed in a day or two.|
|Get up to date on the latest legislation changes in the legal and conveyancing landscape and understand how they affect your practice.|
Australia is going digital and clients expect service that is quick, simple, efficient, transparent and cost-effective – especially in the fast-paced world of conveyancing. There is no denying that electronic conveyancing is the way of the future, but adopting new technology can seem like a daunting challenge for many practitioners. We’ve gathered a panel of experts to answer your questions and discuss the latest in end-to-end electronic conveyancing technology. Hear from both the provider bringing you the technology and the practitioners who are using it.
How electronic conveyancing benefits lawyers, conveyancers and clients
Leonie Jarrett – 1 – 1:15pm
Liz Chase – 1:15 – 1:30pm
Smart electronic contracts and eSigning – who this technology works for
Brendan Smart – 1:30 – 1:45pm
Questions to the panel – 1:45 -2pm
Director of Chase Legal
Liz has property law experience from within several of Australia’s leading law firms and has acquired expert knowledge across both residential and commercial transactions. She has settled over 2000 properties and drafted off the plan contracts for some of Melbourne’s biggest developers. She is one of the first practitioners in Victoria to have electronically prepared and signed a Section 32 Vendor Statement.
Solicitor and Principal at First Class Legal
As one of the leaders of First Class Legal, Leonie is the head of a highly-experienced team that handles all types of property transactions across Victoria. First Class Legal takes pride in being innovative and at the forefront of change. They were the first ILP in Melbourne to participate in an electronic property transfer, and have been early adopters of electronic signing of Section 32s and Contracts and electronic settlement.
GM of Sales at InfoTrack
Within 18 months of joining InfoTrack Brendan's passion for sales and the industry saw him become InfoTrack’s National Sales Manager - since then he has never looked back. His current role as InfoTrack’s General Manager of Sales has him overseeing sales teams responsible for bringing in over 120 new clients each month and dominating the Australian information brokerage industry.
We are holding seminars at our InfoTrack offices across Australia to show you how our intelligent search platform and products can give you the gift of time. Join us to learn about integrating time-saving technology into your workflow.
As the leading intelligent search provider in Australia, we are investing heavily in continuing to develop technology that will set the benchmark for the industries we serve. And we want our clients and the rest of the industry to reap the benefits of this technology to the fullest.
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Alistair Marshall, Partner at Julian Midwinter, will present on how to counteract the effects of declining profits and ineffective marketing spend, and demonstrate what it takes to stand out in an increasingly competitive marketplace.
Alistair’s specialty is implementing simple, achievable, and cost-effective business solutions for small practices through to large regional and national firms and he has a strong track record helping professionals address their strategic management, marketing, and BD challenges to improve results and profits.
Noel Tiufino is a Director of My Accounts, an Australian company of Management Accountants helping small businesses and not-for-profit organisations. Noel will be hosting a seminar at the InfoTrack Sydney office on increasing efficiency through the use of new technology and strategy.
In this seminar Noel Tiufino will discuss what disruption has already occurred in the legal and accounting industry and what is predicted to come. He will also review what professional services as a technology company looks like for the legal and accounting industry, using the ATO 2020 vision as an example.
Noel will provide an overview on what you can do to deal with disruption in the legal and accounting industries, including:
Richard Williams, Partner at Hunt & Hunt Lawyers will review the new VOI requirements in Victoria and how they can be applied to electronic and paper transactions.
Richard has particular expertise in consumer credit, privacy law, anti money laundering, finance broking and other legislation affecting financial institutions.
In recent years Richard has been deeply involved with the development of Verification of Identity requirements throughout Australia, both in relation to electronic conveyancing and also with paper based transactions.
The event agenda is as follows:
This event is now at full capacity. Australia is going digital and clients expect service that is quick, simple, efficient, transparent and cost-effective – especially in the fast-paced world of conveyancing. There is no denying that electronic conveyancing is the way of the future, but adopting new technology can seem like a daunting challenge for many practitioners. We’ve gathered a panel of experts to answer your questions and discuss the latest in electronic conveyancing technology. Hear from both the providers who are bringing you technology and the practitioners who are using it.
(1) eCOS and eSigning – how InfoTrack’s electronic conveyancing technology gives the gift of time
John Ahern, CEO, InfoTrack
John joined InfoTrack as Chief Technology Officer in 2015 and quickly became InfoTrack CEO. He has worked in the Information Sector for over 20 years and has extensive experience designing and developing software platforms. Under John’s leadership, InfoTrack has launched technology that is disrupting the industry and creating new markets.
(2) How electronic conveyancing benefits lawyers, conveyancers and clients
Claire Martin, Solicitor, Kreisson
Claire made history by conducting the first end-to-end fully electronic contract and e-settlement transaction in Australia in June 2016. With the help of InfoTrack’s technology, she was able to complete the transaction without touching a single piece of paper.
(3) The future of off-the-plan conveyancing in a digital world
Mark Morgan, Partner, Collin Biggers & Paisley
Mark oversaw the country’s first fully fledged e-property contract system with the auction of 31 residential land lots in Sydney in September 2015.
(4) The legality of electronic signatures
Brad Newton, VP - Australia & New Zealand, DocuSign
DocuSign is used for electronic signing by over 225,000 companies globally, with more than 85 million users in 188 countries.
(5) Question and answer session