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Exchange launches new Advisernet

The Exchange has launched a new version of its web building solution for advisers, Advisernet, offering additional functions and features.
The new Advisernet provides users of the portals Exweb service with a bespoke website including the ability to customise each page, unlimited extra pages, on screen editing of content and full compliance audit trail.
The Exchange says Advisernet is also Disabilities and Discriminations Act compliant, allowing advisers to offer a service that can be read and understood by visually impaired or blind users.
The Exchange managing director David Child says: Building and maintaining a professional site may seem like a daunting prospect for intermediaries and networks. Advisernet takes the pain out of the process and can deliver significant value without the heavy, up-front investment.

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