Indiana Insurance Honored at Applied Systems Conference

October 2, 2006

Indiana Insurance is among the Liberty Mutual Agency Markets regional companies whose achievements in advancing interface technology were honored recently by Applied Systems and its client network, ASCnet, at the 2006 TENCon (Technical, Education, Networking Conference) in Dallas, Texas.

The regional companies that comprise Liberty Mutual Agency Markets were awarded the 2006 Interface Leadership and Innovation Award, the highest achievement recognized by Applied Systems and ASCnet, as well as the “Ease of Doing Business” Silver Award for implementing automation and service advancements for their appointed agents in both commercial and personal lines.

“Providing ease of doing business technology plays a critical role in achieving profitable growth. Making it easier for our appointed agents to deliver exceptional products and services gives Indiana Insurance a competitive edge that makes a difference to our customers,” said Michael D. Connell, president and chief executive officer, Indiana Insurance.

A number of Indiana Insurance appointed agents use Applied Systems for the following real-time and batch transactions: personal lines new business upload and personal and commercial lines download, first notice of loss submissions, personal and commercial lines quoting, claims and billing inquiries, alerts, commercial policy inquiry and commercial loss runs inquiry.

Indiana Insurance offers property and casualty products, including personal and commercial coverage, distributed only through appointed independent agents. Headquartered in Loveland, Ohio, Indiana Insurance provides insurance in Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, and Tennessee. Indiana Insurance is part of Liberty Mutual Agency Markets, a business unit of Liberty Mutual Group, consisting of property and casualty and specialty insurance carriers that distribute their products and services primarily through independent agents and brokers.

Source: Indiana Insurance, Liberty Mutual Group

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