DigitalMove joins the LSSA

Press Release. August 2020.

The LSSA (Legal Software Suppliers Association) is delighted to announce that DigitalMove is the latest legal technology provider to join the association. As the UK industry body for legal systems developers and vendors, the LSSA maintains technology standards and manages areas of mutual interest between lawyers and software providers.

DigitalMove’s mission is to make home moving and ownership a better experience for everyone. DigitalMove brings technological innovation to the conveyancing sector and is delivered by ULS Technology, established in 2003 and a leading software provider in the conveyancing comparison space.

Tim Price, DigitalMove’s Head of Business Development comments: “We have joined the LSSA to work more closely with the country’s leading case management software providers, to enhance our integration offering and make the home moving experience less stressful for everyone involved.

So far, DigitalMove has received amazing feedback from conveyancers and clients alike and seen positive reductions in cost and transaction timescales from over 14,000 transactions to date.”

Chair of the LSSA, Craig Matthews comments: We’re delighted to have DigitalMove as part of the LSSA. During this uncertain time the stability of the LSSA is helping secure and shape the UK’s legal technology industry for the benefit of law firms and consumers.”


About the Legal Software Suppliers Association (LSSA)

The LSSA is the UK industry body for legal systems developers and vendors. Representing most of the leading UK suppliers, the LSSA sets and maintains professional standards within the legal software industry, and also manages areas of mutual interest between lawyers and software providers. The LSSA is committed to developing clear channels of communication, so that law firms can gain the maximum benefit from their selected software solutions.

The LSSA provides a highly representative and unified voice for the legal software industry and is therefore best placed to provide a strong focus in establishing standards and cooperation between suppliers, professional bodies, and government organisations. The association has set up and actively contributes to a number of different working parties and forums, representing and lobbying on behalf of its members with government bodies such as HM Land Registry, HMRC and the LAA as well as other organisations within the legal market such as the Law Society.

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