UK - IFA firm Millfield Partnership has installed an "industrial strength" software product that will allow it to continue growing at a rate of 50% a year.
The group, which evaluates IFA systems supplied by international software giants, says the Swift product produced by Sirius Financial Systems will boost productivity in all areas of its business.
It will be used to support the firm’s campaign management, lead identification and monitoring, new business submission, compliance management and workflow. It will be used by up to 1200 users.
IT director Laurence Nesbitt said: “This will give us the infrastructure to achieve major productivity and efficiency gains. Swift met our requirements for a robust, resilient and extremely flexible IT platform.”
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