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Bindable Unveils its New Digital Solution - The Agent Wholesale Platform for Insurance Industry

Bindable | November 19, 2020

Bindable, the insurance technology pioneer for elective dissemination, today declared the dispatch of its Agent Wholesale Platform, an advanced software solution that empowers autonomous agents to dispatch their own virtual offices and to flawlessly access and sell insurance items on the web, via telephone, or face to face.

The Agent Wholesale Platform is a white name insurance marketplace that permits agents and transporters to offer auxiliary items, for example, pet, lawful, and home guarantee through a virtual organization without disturbing their present auto and home stream. Locales can be custom  marked and incorporate a changed rendition of Policy Crusher®, Bindable's restrictive SaaS platform and CRM. Utilization of the Agent Wholesale Platform will bring about higher commissions and improved strategically pitching capacities for agents, just as better help for their clients. Strategically pitching auxiliary items is significant for agents since it assists with forestalling center auto and home clients from buying these items somewhere else and possibly exchanging over their auto and home insurance also.

“Our focus has always been to continuously drive innovation in the insurtech industry. We’re proud to have created digital tools so that agents and their carrier partners can achieve more growth and better customer retention through product diversification,” says Bill Suneson, CEO and co-founder of Bindable. “With a virtual agency, they can do just that, and initiate more efficient transactions with consumers online or over the phone.”

Coronavirus has quickened digitization, expecting agents to turn out to be more tech forward in their strategic approaches. As the quantity of purchasers finishing exchanges online versus in-person keeps on climbing, the desire for advanced admittance to insurance contributions has just expanded. Examination from Bindable shows that 93% of free agents were in understanding that with regards to buying insurance items, client desires are evolving. Furthermore, 76% announced that client desires around cycles, for example, cases and installments being robotized has expanded, flagging a more prominent longing for computerized exchanges.

Bindable's Agent Wholesale Platform is right now accessible in every one of the 50 states.

About Bindable
Bindable is the insurance technology leader for alternative distribution. Its proprietary platform brings together software, a digital wholesale marketplace, and a full suite of support services to offer flexible, market-ready solutions that connect insurance providers, trusted brands, and consumers. The company is headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts.

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