Schwab Advisor Services this week introduced a new software application called LaserApp that lets advisors automatically load new client data onto 80 different Schwab forms.

Company officials said up to 20% of all account applications submitted by advisors and brokers at the 6,000 independent investment advisory firms using the company’s custodial and trading platform are rejected often because of missing data.

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