AMS-Rackley’s newest product, SETWrite, has been released to current and new customers in 15 states. Ten additional states will be released in October and the remaining 12 states supported by AMS-Rackley will be completed by Dec.1 when the Texas, IRSAIMS division of AMS-Rackley will be supported in the SETWrite platform.
SETWrite, a web application built on the Microsoft® .NET framework, is available with more than 600 carriers whose rates currently reside in AMS-Rackley products. The technology in SETWrite is designed to enable agents to enter information once into a single interface and receive rates and related information directly from participating carriers in real time along with manufactured rates from those carriers who have always been included in traditional comparative rating. With its single-entry functionality, data entered to generate a rate is ready for submission as part of the policy writing process.
The original companies participating in SETWrite with carrier-direct rates are: The Hartford Financial Services Group, Drive Insurance from Progressive, St. Paul Travelers, Penn National Insurance, Hanover Insurance and Citizens Insurance from the Allmerica Financial Group and Kemper Auto & Home, a Unitrin Company. Additional participating carrier-direct partners are: Allstate Insurance, Encompass Insurance, Deerbrook Insurance, Celina Insurance Group, Central Mutual Insurance, Mendota Insurance and Electric Insurance Company.
The initial release of SETWrite includes automobile and homeowners lines of business.
Additional personal and commercial lines of business will be added to SETWrite in the next several months, the company promised in a statement. Additional features being delivered in this initial release include integration to all of the major agency management systems along with third-party data information such as credit, claims and motor vehicle reports. Integration to the Marshall & Swift/Boeckh RCT residence
valuation technology is also part of this release.
Insurance Journal previously covered the product in May.
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