Just ahead of next week's AppliedNet conference in Las Vegas, Applied Systems launched its Applied Partner Program, a technology and industry partnership that enhances automation and connectivity across the independent insurance distribution channel. Open to technology providers and organizations across the industry, the program delivers capabilities that further automate workflows, increase data consistency and accuracy, and drive a connected insurance experience, the company says.

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The Applied Partner Program consists of five types of partnerships:

  • Integration Partners: enable third-party software providers to develop and own integrations with Applied's technology solutions to further streamline business operations and data transfer. 
  • Solutions Partners: embed third-party functionality into Applied's solutions to provide users with new, best-in-class capabilities to further automate workflows and drive business operational efficiencies.
  • Technology Partners: provide technology tools to support the development of Applied's best-in-class software and solutions.
  • Alliance Partners: establish close collaboration between Applied and industry alliances and networks to more effectively distribute and optimize the use of Applied technology and business solutions.
  • Industry Association Partners: establish close collaboration between Applied and other recognized leaders in the P&C insurance market to produce thought leadership and industry standards.

"Changing market dynamics and evolving consumer demand are requiring independent agencies and brokerages across the globe to increase operational efficiencies and deliver a connected experience to their clients," said Reid French, chief executive officer, Applied Systems, in a statement. "To further enable the digital strategies of our customers, Applied is investing in our new Applied Partner Program to strengthen our leading solutions by collaborating with third-party software providers. Applied remains committed to being the insurance industry's trusted technology provider and plans to identify and integrate with best-in-class solutions to enhance our customers' competitive value."

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Trudy Knockless

Trudy Knockless is a reporter on ALM Media's Business of Law desk.  She has a background serving legal and insurance publications. Contact her at [email protected] or on LinkedIn at Trudy Knockless.