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Standard Life launches research booklet

Standard Life has launched a booklet aimed at explaining the advantages of using software or internet based research systems to adviser firms.
The booklet, entitled Research Tools, is the third in a series of seven technology guides produced by the company.
The guide covers specialist areas such as mortgages, pensions, investment and portals and includes comparison tables of some of the research tools available on the market.
15,000 guides will be distributed by Standard Lifes field force and copies can also be found on the providers extranet service,
Standard Life sales e-commerce manager Billy Burnside says: “The purpose of this guide is to highlight the advantages of using technology-based research tools and help identify which ones offer maximum value for your particular needs.”


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