RPS says the update is intended to make it easier for advisers and plan consultants to frame a comprehensive solution for plan sponsors.
The PRIME Elements iPad app includes more than 30 brochures and 25 interactive videos, demos, and tools.Advisers have the ability to run videos and display interactive tools directly to a projector using controls built into the application. In addition to being able to email any of the embedded literature from inside the application, users can also send material to a local printer.
The John Hancock RPS PRIME application can be downloaded for free from the Apple iTunes store. Using an iPad VGA adapter, the app content can be displayed on a large screen for a presentation while the navigation is controlled on the iPad.