Solheim, Nathan
June 2013
Benefits Selling;Jun2013, Vol. 11 Issue 6, p34
The article reports that technology has affected the benefits industry that allows tasks done on paper, such as enrollments, education and communications. Saving client's money, guiding employee decisions and providing more information on other services are benefits that brokers and agents gain by using new technology. Online tools are being used by brokers and agents to communicate with clients.


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