ePolicy Solutions Inc. announced the addition of William S. “Billy” McCarter as senior vice president, client engagement executive.
McCarter’s last assignment was with Fireman’s Fund Insurance Company (FFIC), where he was senior vice president and CIO and regional CIO for Allianz of North America. “ePolicy Solutions has demonstrated that it knows how to apply technology to business problems,” McCarter said in referring to his work while at Fireman’s Fund to successfully deploy ePolicy Solutions’ Web-enabling technology, RightRiskSM. “I’m excited to be a part of a company that offers true next-generation business solutions through technology and consulting to the insurance vertical.”
Lou Kwiker, CEO and president of ePolicy Solutions, said, “ePolicy Solutions’ focus is to intersect our clients’ business strategies with our Web-enabling technology to help insurance companies, brokers and agents meet the increasing demands for growth and profitability.
“To accomplish these goals, we must offer the most experienced executives in both technology and insurance who understand the challenges of today and in the future. Billy takes us to a whole new level with his proven and recognized success in technology transformation in the insurance industry.”
McCarter assumes oversight and management of all technology projects for clients as well as core development. In leading the company’s professional services organization, McCarter will establish the strategic direction for engagement management, including creating project management methodologies to maximize value to clients.
“A major reason for Billy’s success over the years has been his dedication to people, process and technology,” said Don Martin, chairman of ePolicy Solutions. “These are the key components of our professional services organization and will be a major part of his success in developing and maintaining relationships with clients to ensure effective partnerships and long-term relationships.”
As CIO at FFIC, McCarter oversaw strategic IT planning, steady state IT operations, and development of new application solutions and an annual IT operating budget of $166 million. Prior to FFIC, he was a vice president at Banc One Services Corporation and at PNC Bank Corp.