Our latest technology release went live on November 16th. As always, our updates align with our Strategic Roadmap, as we remain focused on the future and providing the services you need to support your clients and grow your practice.

What’s new this time?

Fundamental changes to the Research Center, one of the core functions of the Envestnet platform. On the front end, expect some changes to naming conventions. For example, as of 11/16, you’ll see “All Solutions” versus “Investment Solutions.” Why? Because we’re adapting our platform to include solutions across the full breadth of our financial wellness network.

Similarly, we’re expanding our back-end capabilities to scale for additional types of research, covering new topics such as insurance products and alternative investments. Down the road, this research will be critical in helping you make more informed decisions as you support your clients on their journeys to financial wellness. You will be able to locate this research under “Investment Research” in the near future.

What else?

We’ve been looking for ways to increase efficiencies on the Envestnet platform so that you can focus on serving your clients. We made updates to Proposals & Goal Modification, Platform Usability, Account Service & Administration, Research, Trading, and Performance Reporting. More detail on these specific changes can be found in our Advisor Update.

Depending on your use of the Envestnet platform, additional changes that occurred during the release may not be found within the Advisor or Strategic Updates. Contact your Envestnet Enterprise or Regional Consultant for more information.

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