Do you know if your top producers are happy and fulfilled? These important people help boost sales and are key players for successful carriers.
Ensuring adjuster licensing compliance is crucial to maintaining quick claims processing, yet manual processes hold P&C carriers back.
Social inflation is unique to the insurance industry and caused by factors like large court settlements and new medical technology. Learn what it is and why it happens.
Catastrophe bonds (CAT bonds) are high-yield debt instruments created to help keep insurers from insolvency after a catastrophic event. CAT bonds can be a last resort for insurers. How do these bonds help the insurance industry?
Insurance coverage for abortion was a patchwork of state frameworks and federal political footballs even before the Dobbs decision. Things may get even more unevenerer.
The Louisiana DOI reported the department worked with thousands of policyholders who complained about carriers improperly denying claims to resolve disputes, ultimately resulting in $129 million in additional payouts for fiscal year 2021-2022.
Inflation is top of mind for people and companies across all industries. Read how it can impact insurance both positively and negatively.
Our Just-In-Time appointment solution takes the guesswork out of producer onboarding and compliance management. Giving licensing manager much-needed peace of mind.
In this Regulatory Roundup, states clarify Designated Home State rules, catch up to pandemic shifts, and explore more efficient ways to handle processes.
Baby boomers could be leaving trillions of dollars to their kids and grandkids over the next 20 years. What would that mean for insurance companies and agents?
Jenn Knight, CTO and co-founder of AgentSync, shares strategy and discusses tactical tips for successfully scaling a SaaS company.
If there’s one thing your insurance business can do to improve both employee and client satisfaction, it’s finding a way to cut down delays and lag times in your internal and client-facing processes. More often than not, it's technology.
Insurance agencies report lengthy producer onboarding periods — 30 days or more! But how much does slow producer onboarding cost? It depends on how much money the producer could make — and how long it takes before they can start selling.
Medicare open enrollment season is all about enrolling in Medicare Advantage plans and Medicare Part D, which – unlike original Medicare – are sold by private insurers. But why do producers need to pay attention to Medicare open enrollment?
When done right, open enrollment season is the opportunity for insurance companies — carriers, agencies, and MGAs — to prove they’re a well-oiled machine, gain clout with producers, and help Medicare beneficiaries live their very best lives.