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Greg Friedman: Junxure Cloud will work for advisors customized for wealth management right from the start.

After years of making Junxure's future more 'cloud'-y, Friedman takes a big stage in Texas to explain
With Salesforce not even slowing to catch its breath, the RIA shows he can fight back in his own way

Wednesday 9.18.13
Terence Hong: While Junxure’s lack of cloud integration was a source of criticism in the past ... the desktop application also benefited from relatively low cost, and performance was only bottlenecked by the user’s own hardware.

Friedman makes his case to Hong for why Junxure Cloud's doubling-plus of fees is worth that much more
True, it's looking spiffy in its Windows 8-style attire, solid in its Rackspace grounding and clued-in with its channeling of its inner RIA soul, but even Friedman is holding off on a conversion for his RIA, Private Ocean -- for now

Tuesday 6.18.13
Eric Clarke sees Salesforce approaching 'industry standard' status and nudges its rivals to get into the integration ballgame.

Orion hauls down nearly $2 billion of accounts from two Advent clients, clinching better than 50% growth for the year
Eric Clarke's firm is high on Salesforce and starting to look beyond its Omaha home for expansion as it needs more and more skilled labor

Thursday 12.27.12
Greg Friedman: If I could have waved a wand, I would have had it two years ago.

Greg Friedman is set to finally bring Junxure to the cloud and beat back the Salesforce-ification of the industry
True, the ascension to cloud would have happened sooner in an ideal world, but the world has not passed Junxure by, the RIA and software entrepreneur says

Wednesday 12.12.12
Steve Ambuul: One of the things I'm doing right now is making sure that we can get data feeds from Orion, AssetBook, and other competitors of ours.

Ebix may hit a CRM sweet spot for some RIAs
The strategic acquirer bought its way into wealth management CRM in 2009 but the 'rollup' label helped depress the company's shares

Thursday 8.4.11
Sam Vassa: I have clients who say they’ve spent three weeks learning NaviPlan — our philosophy is that you should be able to use a piece of software immediately.

Former Microsoft executives are out to make Figlo compete with EISI
The Dutch financial planning software has a solid history with European banks, and is gaining traction with RIAs

Thursday 7.21.11
Aite's Sophie Schmitt: A lot of firms are looking to move from their GoldMines and their Rolodexes.

Aite Group report: CRM software industry wins RIA respect -- and dollars
Tops execs for Redtail and Junxure say growth likely to be much higher than report's estimates

Wednesday 4.27.11
Gregory T. Friedman: We weren't looking like market leaders.

Junxure moving to the cloud amid market pressures
In an unusual move, CRM Software's Greg Friedman pre-announces the product release by nearly a year

Wednesday 3.23.11

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