Big data might sound like an abstract concept being excercised by corporations, but some independent advisors have already found ways to use information in their practice in a very targeted fashion.

All it took was the right tools and working with the vendor to tap into client data, says John Murphy, chief financial officer of Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.-based B&C Financial advisors, which manages $235 million.

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