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In the current challenging market conditions, IT is one of the great levellers of competition in the legal services market place.  And for IT systems to be effective, standardisation is the key.

Those of you working in the field of conveyancing may well have come across Oscre (or Pisces as it was known as in a former life).   We’d advise any property practitioners to have a look at the work they’re involved with in more detail – see www.oscre.org.  They’re a not-for-profit organisation and their primary focus is on developing electronic standards for the exchange of information regarding property.

Legal Edge have been speaking to Stephen Spooner, the Exec Chair of Oscre.  At the moment he’s busy with their latest initiative – the Lease Summary Project, but this is just one of any number of projects which Oscre are involved with.  Stephen explained that the benefits of Oscre are open to all organisations, not matter how large or small.  They’re always keen to welcome new members, and interested to hear about suggested initiatives.  There’s also a vast library of work from previous project available to members.

If you’re in the business of property, and are working to develop more streamlined workflows with key stakeholders, then this could well be the resource for you.

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