Document Composition Software Puts Insurers, Agents, Clients OnThe Same Page

In today's totally connected world, consumers expect immediateanswers

One of the most annoying customer service issues facing carrierstoday is the rather mundane issue of timing. When policies andother documents are sent to insureds, they're also sent to theagents who represent them, but due to the vagaries of the postalservice, insureds sometimes receive the paper before theiragents.

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