Atlanta Based Specialty P&C Insurer Chooses VUE Software
COCONUT CREEK, Fla. — March 19 2015 — VUE Software announces a new partnership with an Atlanta, GA based specialty P&C insurance company that is traded on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and is a member of the S&P 500. This company provides insurance products for mobile device protection, extended service contracts, and other risk management solutions through collaborative global relationships.
The company was seeking an end-to-end solution that could streamline their multiple lines of business to improve efficiency, business growth and customer service. VUE Software’s Distribution Management Suite covers all aspects of the distribution channel, such as producer management and compliance, compensation management, onboarding, analytics and offers a self-service portal that provides 24/7/365 access to information.
Eric Bustos, Vice President of Sales, VUE Software explains, “After a rigorous evaluation was conducted of many of the leading software solution providers, this global P&C insurer selected VUE Software for several reasons. The functionality of our product was very attractive to this insurer and supports multiple lines of business on one platform. They also liked the fact that our solution provides the ability to introduce new products seamlessly, in the future.
VUE Software is a single scalable platform built from the ground up for Insurers, MGAs, FMOs, IMOs, and Insurance Distributors who have outgrown their current tools and require greater automation for producer administration and sales processes. Founded by Computer Solutions & Software International (CSSI) over two decades ago and recently acquired by Vertafore, VUE offers configurable solutions to meet the unique needs of the Life and Annuity, Health, and Property and Casualty markets. The company leads the Distribution-Modernization movement and provides insurance organizations a solid path to revenue growth and competitive advantage, supporting multiple product types, distribution channels, and hierarchy types.