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Ex-NetVu CEO Joins Project CAP

NU Online News Service, March 15, 10:37 a.m. EDT

Brady Polansky, the former chief executive officer of NetVu, has joined Project CAP (Consumer Agent Portal) as a new senior business leader.

A 23-year veteran of the industry, Polansky, the former CEO of the Vertafore Users Group, will help ensure the effective building, appropriate functionality and timely launch of Project CAP’s forthcoming consumer website.

“Brady Polansky is a recognized leader in the independent-agency channel who knows both the potential and challenges of independent agencies,” says Scott Deetz, chief executive officer of Project CAP

“Brady will help Project CAP guide independent-insurance agents in building their online presence and visibility to consumers as the only distribution channel that offers a choice of insurance carriers, advocacy, and insurance advice," says Deetz.

Polansky’s role will broaden over time to address other organizational initiatives, including Project CAP’s business-intelligence products and services, Deetz adds.

Before joining NetVU, Polansky served as the director of agency operations at Westfield Insurance and spent 15 years as an independent agent and subsequent owner of a family agency.

Polansky is an active speaker and panelist for national-insurance forums, including the Independent Insurance Agents and Brokers of America, ACORD and IVANS.

Project CAP provides digital marketing tools and services to help independent agencies, brokers and insurance carriers build their online brands and visibility in order to attract and interact with today's digital consumers.

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