Valunation has completed the rollout of Landmark Valuation Services’ Q-Mobile tablet and software solution for its residential property surveyors across the UK.
The aim was to fully replace all paper-based reporting for residential survey and valuation instructions during 2019. Valunation’s team of 100+ surveyors now digitally capture site-notes and complete reports using the latest Microsoft Surface Pro tablets.
Each tablet comes pre-installed with Landmark’s Q-Mobile app and enables Valunation’s surveyors to increase day-to-day efficiency, improve auditing and compliance, while reducing the firm’s overall costs associated with paper-based reporting and archiving.
Paul Lancaster, managing director at Valunation, the residential surveying division of the Spicerhaart Group, said: “The selection and roll-out of the right mobile solution for our frontline surveying teams was a strategic goal for us in 2019. We have a trusted and long standing relationship with Landmark and, in my view, it has a well-established track record of delivering the best integrated solutions to both lenders and the residential surveying industry.
“Landmark as part of DMGT is financially stable and is continually investing in technology making Q-Mobile the right choice for us and our surveyors. Equally, the use of a Windows based solution minimised the risks when integrating this into our existing infrastructure.
“We would like to thank the Landmark team for completing this project ahead of time with minimum impact on our day to day operations; the support that they provided during and after the roll-out has been outstanding.”
Mike Holden, commercial director of Landmark Valuation Services, added: “We are delighted that Valunation selected Q-Mobile as its residential reporting tool of choice. We are continually investing in the software taking into account feedback from the industry, to make sure Q-Mobile continues to meet the needs of surveyors and lenders both today and in the future.”