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Wonderful responsive, informative and knowledgeable staff support this best of class product
Kommentare: We have been using LifeGuide for over 25 years and, while we have tried the competitors we always end up using the LifeGuide suite as the default. It is the most accurate and complete.
- full, detailed, accurate insurance quotations from almost all companies currently selling life, critical illness and long term care insurance in Canada - full listing of all companies that have sold insurance in Canada so that policies servicing legacy contracts can be found - accurate and easily used financial functions and calculators - supported by office staff who are knowledgeable, very friendly and highly responsive
There is everything to like and nothing to dislike about this company and the LifeGuide product
very useful tool
I enjoy how much information is contained on this software. It is extremely useful to have access to the information it provides all within one page with clear criteria and search options
i personally find that the software is a little outdated. the interface and visual seems very old and could be updated
Antwort von CompuOffice Software
vor 6 Jahren
The primary purpose of the software is for use by professionals for market research in the best interest of consumers. As such it is also meant to be a useful research tool for insurance companies to position their products competitively and, of course, in the best interests of consumers. Having noted the above, while it does not detract from the accuracy and usefulness of the software, I concur that visual design of the interface stands to be upgraded and enhanced. This is being done, and will be included in due course.
Poor Customer Service
Kommentare: Very Poor.
Is a good comparison tool
The software is easy to install but a the end of the process you have to call them to get an activation code, why? This wouldn't be a problem if someone actually answered the phone to give you the verification code. Why cant the code be sent in an email like every other software on the face of the earth?