Gadens launches new leasing platform

By Tom Lodewyke|22 February 2017
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Gadens has unveiled an enhanced online leasing platform to help clients manage high volumes of property transactions.

The new platform, Gadens Portfolio Solutions (GPS) Leasing, was introduced to clients last weekend. GPS Leasing is “a suite of online business-to-business programs, legal analysis and management tools that offer a new-generation method of conducting and managing high volumes of transactions,” according to a statement from the firm.

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The secure document exchange, document repository and online workflow platform improves the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of large transactions, including retail and commercial leases, conveyancing, and mortgage and debt recovery transactions, Gadens said. 

“Gadens has a history of driving innovation through our use of technology,” said Andrew Kennedy, the firm’s national head of property.

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“This continued commitment to innovation, coupled with our in-depth knowledge of the Australian retail, commercial and industrial leasing markets, means that clients benefit from us being in the unique position where we combine our longstanding industry knowledge and expertise with technology – the result of which is a real-time, online platform that allows users to manage, analyse and review their lease portfolios.”

The GPS suite includes GPS Recoveries, which assists with debt recovery; GPS Lending, for loan document preparation and settlement; and Rapid Settlement Process (RSP), an online conveyancing settlement system.

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