This busy regional practice of 20 partners and 150 conveyancing staff needed efficient control of its high-volume, low-margin conveyancing business.
BPE Solicitors soon recognised that Intelliworks had the potential to be a better, more effective product than any workflow software on the market and so Ochresoft was founded to write legal software for lawyers.
By 2005, Ochresoft was a flourishing independent company with its own management and external investors.
Intelliworks is a specialist workflow solution for residential conveyancing and private client departments. It’s the result of a decade of continuous collaboration between Ochresoft’s experienced lawyers and technical development team, drawing on regular feedback from our hundreds of users.
Ochresoft Intelliworks now manages more than 120,000 new cases a year for over 200 legal service organisations.
Our background in practice and our experience of delivering legal services enables us to work in partnership with our customers as much more than a software supplier. Ochresoft’s pay-per-case billing model means we are invested in your future success: we do well when you do well.
Ochresoft offers a range of services and software solutions and is the exclusive reseller of a powerful practice management system: Indigo Financial Centre.
In July 2014, dmgi::land & property europe (DMGI), a subsidiary of the Daily Mail and General Trust plc, concluded a strategic minority investment in Ochresoft, at the same time making significant funding available to the company for future expansion and development.
DMGI is a well-connected and influential partner whose investment marks a new and exciting phase in the growth of Ochresoft. DMGI serves multiple customer segments through its leading brands, Landmark, Argyll, Quest, Searchflow, Millar & Bryce, Rochford Brady and on-geo.
DMGI holds a significant (50%) interest in the lender portal, Decision First, and through its brand, Quest, has the market-leading position in the management on behalf of lenders of residential mortgage valuations.