Appulate, Inc., a provider of submission management automation for the property and casualty sector of the insurance industry, has unveiled Appulate Agent Marketing 3.0.
Appulate Agent Marketing is a product that serves more than 7000 retail agents nationwide.
Initially launched as “Supplemental Pro” in 2005, the platform has revolutionized the way agents market submissions to their markets.
Significant changes to the Appulate product is expected to benefit the marketing needs of retail agents.
According to company officials, Appulate Agent Marketing 3.0 streamlines the entire marketing and submission process for retail agents.
The technology, company officials said, brings real-time rating, appetite guide and forms entry automation into a user-interface that is far more intuitive for users.“This release reflects 7 years of research and development,” said Dimitri Nikouline, co-founder and chief technology officer at Appulate, Inc., in a statement.
“We have spent considerable time learning the ideal ways that retail agents do business and reflected that into our latest release,” said Nikouline.
Earlier in September, Oceanwide, a developer of cloud based software solutions for the Insurance industry, and Appulate announced a partnership in which Oceanwide will offer Appulate Uplink as an integrated component of Bridge, its multi-line policy administration and distribution product.
The partnership will enable Oceanwide to offer its customers best-of-breed connectivity to agency management systems to help reduce agent data entry. In turn, Appulate will gain a distribution partner that offers a far broader solution for insurance carriers.Uplink is a versatile middleware product that can either bridge data from the agent’s internal management software or be used by a carrier as a back-office forms parsing tool.
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