Insurance Technology "2.0:" An Interactive Process for 2013

Weber, Richard M.
March 2013
Journal of Financial Service Professionals;Mar2013, Vol. 67 Issue 2, p40
Academic Journal
2013 will bring big changes in supplemental policy illustration technology, and a new Society of Financial Service Professionals member benefit will give planners and insurance professionals an opportunity to offer valuable policy management services to their clients.


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