Tenet signs five-year software deal with Intelliflo

1,300 Tenet advisers to use software

Hannah Godfrey
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Tenet Group has signed an initial five-year contract with software provider Intelliflo for the delivery of Intelligent Office to its network of more than 1,300 investment and mortgage advisers.

The web-based business management system is intended to allow Tenet's members to manage the whole advice process as well as offer flexibility for members to tailor it to their particular business model. Tenet Group chief executive Martin Greenwood said: "We wanted a system that would enable our investment and mortgage advisers to become more efficient and make their business more profitable. "Intelligent Office provides an industry-leading adviser experience focused on financial advisers, with a great front-end user and customer interface and a market-leading breadth of integration wi...

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