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DEFINITION of 'Maximizer'

A brand of customer relationship management software popularly used by brokers and investment advisors for tracking clients and leads.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'Maximizer'

Brokers and investment dealers often use Maximizer software to make cold calls to client leads.

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