InsureZone’s AgentSecure Adds Seven New Customers

November 8, 2001

InsureZone, the nationwide “clicks and mortar” insurance agency that enables purchases of small commercial insurance through multiple channels, announced that AgentSecure — its Web-enabled market-access program for smaller and rural commercial agents — has picked up seven new exclusive co-marketing endorsements.

The endorsements come from the Independent Insurance Agents of America (IIAA) organizations in the states of Massachusetts, New Mexico, North Carolina, Vermont, Washington, West Virginia and Wyoming. This brings to 16 the number of state organizations that have formally aligned themselves with AgentSecure, which was acquired by InsureZone in June. The IIAA organizations in Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, New York, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Texas and Virginia had previously gone on record as endorsing AgentSecure.

Collectively, the 16 state IIA organizations represent 11,245 small and rural insurance agencies from coast to coast. The “Big I” Eagle Agency, a managing general agency (MGA) created specifically for IIAA members, is also co-marketing AgentSecure. The Eagle Agency targets agents in the states of Alabama, Delaware, Georgia, Nevada, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, Virginia and Washington.

AgentSecure gives agents a place they can go to access policies from big-brand carriers with a competitive commission structure and no carrier premium volume requirements. AgentSecure’s platform of standard carriers includes seven of the best-known, “A” rated property and casualty insurance companies.

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