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Intelliflo’s iO store passes 50-app milestone

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Intelliflo is celebrating reaching 50 live apps in its iO Store with the addition of cashflow modelling fintech start-up, i4C.

The iO Store, which launched at the end of February 2018, provides open architecture access for third party products and services to integrate with Intelliflo’s Intelligent Office (iO), enabling its 21,500 users to easily pick and choose which applications are best for them.

Nick Eatock, Intelliflo’s Executive Chairman, says: “We designed the iO Store to open up the world of smart services available for financial advisers and support staff. It enables new software partners and other providers to publish their functionality as integrated offerings that can be quickly and easily installed by our users. It’s great that 50 apps are already live and the sky is the limit in terms of what can be achieved in the future.”

The iO Store leverages the Intelliflo Developer Platform which has been designed to make the building and distribution of applications easier both for partners and users of iO. 

In addition to i4C, which provides financial planners with applications that enable the creation of simple or complex cashflow plans, the iO Store has also recently added Selectapension’s pension and investment planning tools, PlanLab’s cashflow modelling service, FinaMetrica’s risk tolerance toolkit and Defaqto Engage’s research and planning tools. This has brought the total number of live applications to 50, with several more in the pipeline.

 

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