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The right technology can make all the difference when it comes to a financial advisor’s success, especially in today’s competitive business environment. Recent innovations in financial technology have provided state-of-the-art applications to handle everything from client relationship management to investment modeling to billing and document production.

These solutions have the potential to make your practice more efficient and profitable. The challenge is making sure these different technology applications work together as a seamless whole, providing your business the support and accuracy you require.

Here are several reasons why technology is crucial for your advisory practice:

Technology can make you more efficient. As you know, the process of advising clients, investing their money, and providing necessary documentation and compliance paperwork can be a time-consuming process. In many firms, these processes may account for at least...

How Trust’s New Video Studio Presents Opportunity for RIAs

Trust Company of America recently opened its video studio to clients.  Video is a great marketing strategy for advisors, helping them to differentiate themselves and communicate their approach to clients (See: The Top Reasons...

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What Financial Professionals Can Learn From Social Media and Politics

Originally posted by Financial Social Media

By: Amy McIlwain

For the 2012 presidential debates, I’ve found myself...

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The Case for Creating Your Website on an Open Source Platform

By Diana Merkel, Owner, Pinkshag Design

During the development phase of your web site, the final web design is completed and built out to work in multiple browsers and a variety of devices. It is more important than...

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eMarketing for Financial Advisors: 10 Ways to Boost Open & Click Rates

Originally posted by Financial Social Media.

By Amy McIlwain.

Many financial advisors are interested in how they can use email marketing to increase leads and grow their business. Although email...

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