Tech providers fall behind increased planner needsBY JAMIE WILLIAMSON | THURSDAY, 13 JUL 2017 12:31PM
More than 70% of financial planners are open to transition from their primary platform, saying technology providers are failing to adequately fulfill growing needs.
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