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Capita launches all-encompassing website

Capita Financial Software has launched a new website combining its Quay, Synaptic and Webline propositions.

The website will support an adviser’s intranet, extranet and public-facing site.

It includes the ability for advisers to access the independent technical resource from Technical Connection, TechLink, at discounted rates.

Capita Financial Software managing director Matt Humphrey says: “A professional website is essential for any business. With the launch of the new site, we will be showcasing our own technology and enhancing our communication to adviser firms. This improved communication will be crucial in the coming months to highlight the new and enhanced products we are currently developing to bring to market.”

Capita shut its Enabler platform to new business in June last year, at the time saying it will focus on its existing customer base instead.

A Capita spokeswoman says the new website is a way of bringing the three products together, rather than having three individual sites.


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  1. as long as it is better than Enabler….it really put the (w)rap into crap – ok sudo wrap but not all puns work

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