Discover the top suppliers of CRM systems used by wealth professionals, and learn how advice firms are using this technology.
A CRM is a system that collects, organises and analyses customer information, interactions and data throughout the customer life cycle.
A great CRM system can benefit your advice business in a number of ways. CRM software can improve the efficiency of your pipeline management, build better client relationships through improved communication and service, and help your back-office to manage and coordinate client activities.
Research from the 2022 Netwealth AdviceTech Report shows that the top 4 suppliers of CRM software used by wealth professionals and financial advisers includes: Xplan (52.4 per cent of advice firms), Worksorted (10.2 per cent), AdviserLogic (9.8 per cent) and Salesforce (6.2 per cent).
Explore the human side of adviser technology with the 2022 AdviceTech suite of reports on staff, clients and technology suppliers.
This report examines how technology is linked to staff satisfaction and ultimately client satisfaction. You will learn what you can do to maximise staff engagement and satisfaction in a hybrid working environment, and the support, training and infrastructure required to properly support your staff.Download the report
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The most popular features of a CRM system include the ability to see client information (97.8 per cent of firms currently use this feature), client contact management and meeting notes (85.9 per cent), document management (76.3 per cent), tasks and workflow automation (66.3 per cent), analytics, reports and dashboards (39.6 per cent), integration with email marketing systems (34.1 per cent) and prospect/lead contact management (28.9 per cent).
Satisfaction with CRM systems has dropped slightly from the previous year, to 3.2 out of five (from 3.5). This could potentially be driven by increasing needs from practices, or an underutilisation of key features, such as analytics/reporting and prospect management.
Almost nine in 10 (88.8 per cent) advice firms use a CRM system in their business to manage client information.
For those firms that have a CRM system, almost all (94.8 per cent) use it daily.
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