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Rage Frameworks Named Finalist in WealthManagement.com Awards

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rfby Angela Guess

According to a new press release, “Rage Frameworks, a provider of knowledge-based automation technology and services, today announced its LiveWealth™ Intelligent Agent platform, an artificial intelligence (AI)-powered next-generation wealth management framework, has been named a finalist in the WealthManagement.com 2016 Industry Awards. Nominated in the ‘Disruptors -Technology’ category, LiveWealth is a full featured, end-to-end wealth management service, with features ranging from data aggregation to powerful big data analytics. The WealthManagement.com Industry Awards recognize the companies and organizations that support financial advisor success. By recognizing outstanding achievement in the industry, the WealthManagement.com Industry Awards will continue to inspire innovation and leadership among industry participants, creating an environment that will enable the industry to better support advisors in their roles as leaders to their clients and communities.”

The release continues, “Powered by the RAGE AI™ platform, LiveWealth™ enables Financial Advisors to become active advisors by continuously monitoring the external environment that can impact their clients’ portfolios, as well taking into account changes in their personal environment that can impact preferences and objectives. ‘We are honored to be recognized as a finalist in the 2016 WealthManagement.com Industry Awards and for Rage’s LiveWealth solution to be selected as a pioneering technology that is helping wealth management professionals become truly active advisors,’ said Jim DeWaele, SVP Wealth Management of Rage Frameworks. ‘Today’s wealth manager needs every advantage he or she can get to provide higher levels of service to their clients, and Rage AI™ provides the cognitive intelligence and automation capabilities necessary to gain insights from within structured and unstructured data’.”

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