The Internet of Insurance Account Builder beta just got a massive upgrade in preparation for its upcoming launch — now supporting 875 ACORD forms! Agents can now use the Account Builder to create whatever documents they need for quoting. And the…
The ability to share risk has been a key driver in the economic expansion that we’ve enjoyed since the dawn of the industrial revolution.
CNA, one of the largest U.S commercial property and casualty insurers, will offer small commercial rating for business owner’s policy and workers’ compensation insurance on the Internet of Insurance (IOI), a rating platform built by DAIS.
“Agents are entrepreneurial, ambitious, competitive and they want to drive the industry,” he says. In Jason’s view, the traditional agency management systems should heed the evolving landscape.
Four years ago, The Internet of Insurance Founder & CEO Jason Kolb saw that the insurance industry was ready to use technology to transform customer relationships as had been done in other industries.
Arrowhead General Insurance Agency, Inc. (Arrowhead), has joined together with Internet of Insurance to help their contracted agencies advance their digital capabilities.
Big I Associations of MN and WI partner with DAIS to provide a small commercial portal for over 1,350 agencies in 90 days to gain efficiencies and fuel growth
“This partnership gives independent agents capabilities that have previously only been available to the largest digital agencies and insuretechs.”
The next few years will bring big changes to the agency tech world, adds Ron Berg, executive director at the Agents Council for Technology (ACT).
DAIS CEO Jason Kolb joins Scott in-studio at WGN Radio to talk about his mind-child, the Internet of insurance. Jason noticed the insurance market was horribly disconnected between agents and carriers, so he makes it his mission to encourage connectivity and push the space forward.
"We’re really creating a true insurance platform, which allows the policy holders to win, the agencies to win, and the carriers to all win concurrently," Larson said. "It's a really big opportunity."