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With the speed at which technology changes, advisors need to be adaptable and willing to upgrade technologies that can improve their business. That was the message from Doug Kinsey of Artifex Financial Group, who outlined a roadmap of his firm’s technology in a recent Genius Session for Trust Company of America.

Kinsey says RIA firms should seek to create streamlined, scalable and repeatable processes for their technology, with a focus on simplification and saving time.  Taking inventory of existing technologies is a good place to start: What works? What causes problems? What aspects of the business could potentially be improved or made more efficient by better technology?

Advisors who attended the Genius Session offered a snapshot of the wide range of functions that could benefit from improved technology. 52% of attendees said they were most interested in technology in back-office functions and portfolio management, 38%...

5 Traits of the Most Successful Advisors

Originally posted by Maggie Crowley on Advisor Websites

Professionals in the financial industry often have alot in common: more often than not, we’re morning...

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Top 5 Blogs for the First 5 Months of 2013

The first five months of 2013 are just about over, making it a good time to recap the top five blog posts thus far. If you’ve missed them, here’s your chance to catch up on the posts our readers were most interested in these past five months:

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How Sales Analytics Provides Insight into the Health of Your RIA

Contributed by Tim Norton, Client Enhancements at Trust Company of America

How much do you really know about the health of your RIA?

A comprehensive sales analysis is one of the best ways to gain insight into the health of an RIA. Sales Analytics, Trust Company of America’s...

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How to Create a Perfect Advisor Blog Post

Originally posted by Maggie Crowley on Advisor Websites.

I have spent a good deal of time trying to convince advisors of the...

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