3 ways brokers can embrace technology to better serve clients
To stay competitive, brokers should embrace technology as a way to build relationships and demonstrate expertise.
By Rob Carnaroli|July 27, 2018 at 10:24 AM
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For today’s consumers, technology has transformed convenience from luxury to necessity. Round-the-clock service is expected for most aspects in life—from grocery shopping to buying a new car. To stay competitive in our digital environment, brokers should embrace technology as a way to build relationships and demonstrate expertise.
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