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#HSonAir Podcast: Reflections and Resolutions

December 29, 2016

shutterstock_377448043As 2016 comes to a close, we reflect on the themes and activities of the year as well as the special guests we’ve had on #HSonAir. 2016 was a tumultuous year with a divisive presidential election, the deaths of notable entertainment and political figures, and the uncertainty of the DOL fiduciary rule that’s expected to be enforced in 2017.

At Hearsay, we continued our focus on modernizing the social and digital experience for our customers and supporting the rise of the omnichannel advisor. We also expanded the conversation on the changing landscape of our industry at our annual Innovation Summit, as well as industry conferences and our regional customer roundtables.

We’d like to thank all of our guests on the show, especially our customers who joined us to share their insights and experiences as well as the many thought leaders and pioneers that are making our industry better each day. I would also like to thank our employees for not only sharing their talents to improve our products and services, but for the ongoing support of the show with the many “asks” that I make throughout the year.

Finally, I’d like to thank you, our listeners, for lending us your ears and taking the time to share the show with others. We wish you all a very happy new year and, as always, invite you to be part of the conversation with us on Twitter using hashtag #HSonAir.

If you have a question, comment or suggestion, please send an email to OnAir@HearsayCorp.com. We also invite you to “like” our podcast page on Facebook, where we share posts about the podcast, our guests and other fun stuff.

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Victor Gaxiola

Head of Customer Advocacy, Marketing

Thought leader, speaker, host of the #HSonAir podcast. Evangelist for digital tech adoption in financial services.

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