Catching referrals in the net

Wilkinson, John
June 2004
Money Management;6/10/2004, Vol. 18 Issue 20, p25
Trade Publication
Reports on Queensland-based Investment Data Technologies’ launching of a web-based referral systems called Referral Systems Online. Insights of managing director Danny Rodgers on the specifications of the system; Identification of a niche in the financial services software market; Ability of advisers to track referrals in their system.


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