CleverDocs for IFAs - Compliance, Relationship and Document Management system specifically for Independent Financial Advisors

Written by Sarah Seddon

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From 2005repparttar new FSA regulations will demand increased transparency and compliance auditability. Simon Hill, Managing Director of Denyer says “while creating a new way of selling insurance, it became apparent that we also had to transact our business in a new way. The cost of dealing with paper has always been a key factor in operating a paper based business. The creation of CleverDocs has allowed us to automate many processes. From an initial interest on our website through to policy acceptance and follow-up we have been able to makerepparttar 133425 most of our key processes to become paperless and yet retainrepparttar 133426 feel, as far as clients are concerned, that we are looking after their needs in a traditional manner.”

CleverDocs was created on time, on budget and, after three years’ continuous operation, without a single failure”. He continued “after we implemented CleverDocs and went live, we were able to immediately transact more business and release staff to do more productive work. We also had one place for customer records, quotes, policy documents, e-mails, correspondence etc. With this system in place, everything became accessible atrepparttar 133427 touch of a button”.


For further information please contact Sarah Seddon, Accounting Products Ltd, telephone: 020 7043 7108 Email: Main website:

Simon Hill, Managing Director, Denyer Insurance Website:

Note to editors: Accounting Products Ltd, founded in 2001, provides specialist and tailored software such as free software for GL, AP, AR, supply chain management, light manufacturing, warehouse management, call centre management, voicemail, voicemail to e-mail, remote worker support, CMS and VoIP. Accounting Products also offers document management systems, bank reconciliation, cash forecasting and control, as well as consulting. Clients include Axa, Mace, UPP and Denyer Insurance.

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Getting the Power to Control

Written by Thomas Yoon

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Using electrical motors to drive gearing may be an excellent choice when cost is a consideration. Electrical wires can be laid more easily and electrical systems are relatively clean.

Use of hydraulics may be excellent where power and simplicity is important.

Most ofrepparttar actuators operate in a linear (straight line) manner. Hydraulic rams, and pneumatic diaphragms work in this manner. There are also some that are constructed to operate in a rotary manner.

Electrical motors normally operate in a rotary manner. However if a linear motion is needed, this can be obtained by means of spur gears, rack and pinion arrangements, crank and other means.

Actuators can providerepparttar 133424 power to move final control elements, but do they know when to stop?

A good control system will providerepparttar 133425 sensing and feedback loop to tellrepparttar 133426 actuator when to stop its actions.

Well folks, be in control!

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