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Implementing Technology To Support The Advice Process

The presentation will look at the individual elements of the advice process that can be supported by technology. We will examine the pros and cons of automation, who can supply the different components and the issues to be considered when implementing differing technologies.
Recorded Jun 18 2012 45 mins
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Mark Loosmore, Business Development Director, IRESS
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