Osprey Approach: Webinar with Coadjute’s CEO introduces partnership
Article by Osprey Approach.
Leading software provider Osprey Approach is delighted to announce that Dan Salmons, CEO of Coadjute, is the latest guest speaker to appear as part of its Osprey Integrations Webinar Series.
Osprey Approach is one of the first case management system providers to partner with Coadjute, the blockchain network for the UK property market, which aims to halve the five-month average process for buying and selling a property.
Find out more about the Coadjute Network and the integration between Osprey and Coadjute in the on-demand webinar that is now available here.
Craig Matthews, CEO of Osprey Approach, said: – “Osprey’s integration with Coadjute is just weeks away, so it seemed like the perfect time for Dan to join our webinar and explain how blockchain technology works – by bringing together all the parties involved in the conveyancing process, from estate agents and solicitors to mortgage brokers and lenders, through its open and transparent network.
“We have been involved in discussions about how to create a more connected conveyancing experience for many years, and Coadjute’s solution looks set to achieve that. By integrating Osprey Approach to Coadjute’s network, our conveyancing customers will save time and money, whilst also having the advantage of passing those benefits onto their clients.
“We’re really excited to welcome Dan as a guest speaker, and to hear about the latest developments at Coadjute,” he added.
Dan Salmons, CEO at Coadjute, said: – “As one of a growing number of innovative businesses that have incorporated Coadjute into its software, I’m delighted to be involved in Osprey’s latest webinar and to talk about how our new technology is connecting the property market. There is a huge demand for digitisation at the moment, but it has to be easy, which is why our network enables property firms to maintain their own software systems – an important advantage in a world where data privacy and security are vitally important.”