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Pru to use Distribution Technology online application

Prudential will introduce a consumer application by financial planning and sales technology provider Distribution Technology as part of its online retirement planning service.

The application analyses users’ retirement needs and is available to both corporate pension scheme members as well as general consumers.

Prudential head of online Steven Zuanella says: “The challenge is to ensure that the online component of the retirement planning service we are currently piloting is functional, intuitive and flexible. Distribution Technology is helping us meet these aims and build closer relationships with people saving for their retirement.”

Distribution Technology CEO Ben Goss says: “We are delighted to be working with Prudential, as one of the largest pension providers in the UK. Our planning and sales platform will provide Prudential with the ability to build stronger relationships, and engage with their customers on-line, through an easy to use, intelligent pension application. “


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