Simplifying Land Register Applications

Blog by Andrew Gilchrist, Comms Officer at Registers of Scotland.

As you may have heard, here at RoS we’re progressing with our Land Register (LR) application API Service. This service simplifies the application process by integrating our eForms platform with customers’ own IT systems, to automatically prepopulate LR applications. With this API, the user experiences a seamless transition of data throughout the application process, with no need for manual rekeying of data, allowing applications to be processed more quickly, easily and efficiently than ever before.

We think this system will make a big difference in streamlining the application process, and reflects our continued efforts to keep the improvement of business practices at the centre of everything we do.

But don’t just take our word for it – we’ve had some great feedback on how the system is already working to make our customers’ lives easier:

The integration between Altis and RoS has impressed any and all customers we have shown it to so far, even in its development and pre-launch stages” – Michael Barcroft, Director at Altis Legal.

The API offers us the chance to substantially streamline our interactions with RoS… as well as reducing any re-keying of data, [the system] provides interactive validation of our application submissions within our software”. – Chris Bewsey, IT Director of Russel + Aitken LLP.

Find out more

Think our API would help enhance your business? Good news – you can sign up to our public beta.

This development stage allows us to work with participating users to make ongoing improvements to the service based on their feedback.

Digital transformation is at the heart of what we do at RoS, so be sure to keep checking our blogs to find out more about how we’re working hard for our customers, with new services like the Landlord Register, an enhanced Plan Assistance Service, and more.

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