Apricity Compliance offers new users 90-day free trial amid pandemic

Existing users to see revamp

Hannah Godfrey
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Apricity Compliance has offered new users a 90-day free trial period to enable them to adapt to working remotely amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The 90-day trial, which is up 60 days from the typical 30-day free trial offered by the compliance firm, will give new users access to all online training and testing, including whistleblowing, GDPR and complaints handling, as well as CPD recording and adviser key performance indicators.  Apricity has also created a range of additional resources, including suitability report templates and Covid-19 support for existing users.  For existing Apricity users, the ‘Knowledge Base' holding various resources has been totally revamped to include a Covid-19 hub and a ‘Future Focus' hub, giving ...

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