One of Asia’s largest life insurance companies says it expects to increase its iPad deployment to as many as 50,000 agents this year, completing a two-year rollout that now serves clients in 16 different countries.
Willie Sutton famously replied to the question of why he robbed banks with “Because that’s where the money is.” Ask financial software king Intuit why it’s moving so aggressively into tablets and the answer is equally simple: That’s where the users are.
Sun Life Financial U.S. made up its mind in 2010 that it needed a better way to empower its 250 sales reps so that they would be more productive. Specifically, they wanted to figure out a way to for these reps to spend less time in the office and more time in front of brokers.
Citi Private Bank, among the first of its competitors to bring tablet apps to clients, is pushing the envelope when it comes to offering sophisticated views of their portfolios and eventually would like to bring simple trading capability to the apps as well.
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