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Brovada Brings Agent Connectivity Solution to the U.S.

Brovada Technologies, a provider of insurance agent-carrier connectivity solutions, announces the U.S. launch of the company's NexCenter agency upload software, as well as three strategic partnerships with prominent agency management system companies in the U.S.

"We are very excited about the launch of NexCenter in the U.S. marketplace and about our growing list of agency management system partners," says Karl Greenlaw, founder and CEO of Brovada. "The feedback and interest we have received so far has been outstanding. Agents in the U.S. will now have a solution that allows them to save time and money while realizing dramatic increases in productivity."

NexCenter is Brovada's standards-based upload connectivity solution, which will allow U.S. agents to upload all of their data to virtually any insurance carrier portal. NexCenter currently supports approximately 80 percent of the real-time transactions initiated out of the agency management systems in production in Canada, and is a significant factor in the effort to create greater ease of doing business for agents and carriers alike.

NexCenter's interface eliminates the need to re-key agent policy information, thereby reducing the risk of data entry errors. Unlike using print streams or PDFs to extract data, Brovada's NexCenter integrates directly to the agency management system resulting in a safe and secure data upload.

Additionally, NexCenter establishes workflows within an agency, provides a "community" environment to share scripts across offices, and delivers agents the ability to perform automated inquiry, quoting, new business upload and policy change at an affordable price point for agencies and carriers of all sizes.

In coordination with the launch, Brovada has established strategic partnerships with three U.S. agency management system providers, including Terrace Software, Agency Matrix and Evolution Management Systems (My-Evo). Further discussions are underway with other providers of agency management systems, and Brovada is actively seeking additional partnerships to further enhance NexCenter's agent footprint.

 

 

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