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Update News for February 2016
Here is a quick run-down on what you will find in this bulletin:
These topics will be dealt with in more detail throughout this bulletin.
The work on the U.S. web quote option is being finalized.
For those Canadian subscribers who want to see what's coming, you are free to have a look at the new U.S. version here:www.termsampler.com.
Jeremiah has completed the last step in the project, having upgraded our administration software so that it is able to set up and create the new web quote option for a subscriber by a simple click of the button. With that now complete, next week we will alert all our U.S. web quote customers that they can upgrade to the new web quote software FOR FREE (if they want). We will continue to support the old web quote option for those who prefer it or who don't want to make changes to the web pages that they now have.
With the completion of that work we will focus our development attention on upgrading our Canadian web products. We will first enhance and upgrade the Compulife Mobile Edition. Following that we will upgrade the Compulife Web Quote Option. The changes for Canadians will take less time than it took for the U.S. customers because many of the changes that we made for the U.S. are the same. It's just changing states to provinces, product categories, etc. A lot of the programming code changes are no different so it's largely a duplication and substitution process.
Our goal is to complete those changes in 30 to 60 days. You will be alerted by bulletin and sent emails as those upgrades become available. Once again, the upgrades will be FREE to those already subscribing.
In conjunction with those changes we are re-branding our product options and changing prices. If you want a heads up on where we are heading you can check out the U.S. bulletin which you will find here:
Note: While the same re-branding changes are coming for Canada, the Canadian pricing will be somewhat different. Further, the dates for price changes and deadlines to extend current subscriptions will be one to two months beyond those dates provided to U.S. customers. This is to ensure that we first get all the other work done, related to these changes.