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Adviserweb offers new web package to IFAs

Adviserweb is launching a new web design service for IFAs.


It says it is offering IFAs their own fully-compliant presence on the internet at a level that suits them within a complete web site design and management package.


The idea is being developed by IFA Systems, an IT consultancy dedicated to the IFA market, in association with graphic designers Splash Creative Design and the software house Independent Advice Ltd.


IFAs wanting further information on the product can find Adviserweb under http://www.adviserweb.co.uk.

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