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iPipeline launches protection comparison tool for advisers

Financial services technology provider iPipeline has launched a tool to help advisers compare protection products. 

The new software, Solution Builder, allows advisers to view multiple protection products on a single page, based on client information provided in a one-screen questionnaire.

The software also includes iPipeline’s XRAE underwriting software to provide more accurate premium quotations.

The service has already launched with Openwork and iPipeline says it will roll out to the whole of the market by Q2 2015. It will also considering offering firms a white label proposition.

iPipeline UK managing director Ian Teague says: “Advisers have talked about the need to compare multi-benefit quotes for many years, and we are delighted to have partnered with Openwork to bring this new solution to the market.”

Openwork proposition director for mortgage, protection and GI Paul Shearman adds: “This radically improves the quality and service our advisers can give their clients.”

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  1. This sounds like a good step forward for more quickly reaching the protection combinations the client’s happy with. Will be interested to know what advisers think of it.

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