Many advisory firms are beginning to embrace the technological revolution after years of toiling in the spreadsheet-centered Dark Ages.

There are several reasons for this shift. For one, the building blocks available to developers have improved tremendously. Some of the costs associated with cloud computing have also declined. And, perhaps most significantly, there has been a catalyst for change.

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