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Who's Using What: Software Technology Implementations

K&K Insurance Group is live in production on its quicksolver policy administration software from Instec. Quicksolver replaced K&K’s legacy rating software. Glencar Underwriting Managers selected quicksolver 3 for commercial package policy in all 50 states.

MiddleOak partners with IVANS to grow MiddleOak’s specialty habitational business and support the insurer’s independent agency partners by integrating commercial lines download technology into its policy administration system.

Kiln, the international insurance and reinsurance underwriting group, has selected FINEOS Express for its claims operations.

Multinational Insurance Company, will leverage My Insurance Center NexGen for Policy Administration software from Cover-All Technologies.

Union Mutual of Vermont Companies has completed a full-suite implementation of ISCS's SurePower Innovation. The new system provides UMVT a Web-based platform to deliver service to its policyholders and increased ease of doing business to independent agents.

Networked Insurance Agents joined the LexisNexis Insurance Exchange to help the organization manage and maximize its mid-market commercial business submissions to its carrier partners 

Securities Service Network chose VisibleChoice from Insurance Technologies to provide their advisors a method to access and compare annuity product information, including historical data.

Thomas J. Heist Insurance recently became the 400th agency to choose Epic from Applied Systems as its agency management system.

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