Intelligent Office was by far the best choice of system

May 2009
Money Marketing;5/21/2009, p45
Case Study
The article presents a case study which focuses on Clark Gillone, a trading name of Independent Financial Strategies Ltd. in Great Britain. It is said that Clark Gillone Independent Financial Strategies Ltd. was started in 1991 to offer the highest standard of independent financial advice. It is said that the service of Clark Gillone to build long term relationship with clients. It also uses the full functionality within Intelligent Office to streamline and simplify time-consuming processes.


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