Following clients' feedback on The Exchange protection service about how it displays quote results, IRESS has introduced a new filtering ability so advisers are able to view the results they need more effectively.
Advisers can now tailor the results view when they have produced a quote.
This reduces the number of products displayed, for example, by specific features or by a price range - presenting the user with a decluttered screen view.
The filters are available to all direct users, screen based integrators and are multi device.
Dave Miller, Executive General Manager (Commercial) said: "The enhanced filtering capabilities not only benefit the user with more effective results, they also facilitate simpler decision making, as the user can reduce the amount of data that is presented on their screen.
"We're constantly striving to deliver solutions that make our clients' jobs easier and are delighted to be able to offer this new tool to our users."
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