Scottish Widows has added online processing to it's extranet to allow advisers to submit applications and get illustrations for its flexible options bond.
The new system, which went live on the extranet on Monday, aims to make it easier for advisers to set up a flexible options bond, by reducing the processes needed to submit an application or to get a product illustration.
Scottish Widows says online applications for the product will now be reduced to one request to a single, secure source, instead of advisers having to make separate requests for both a quote and an application.
Ross Jackson, savings and investments marketing manager at Scottish Widows, says: “This latest addition to our extranet will help advisers save time and money, allowing them more time to concentrate on delivering an efficient and quality service to their clients.”
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