ALEXANDRIA, VA, June 27, 2022— Synatic is the newest company partner of the Big “I" Agents Council for Technology (ACT). Synatic provides a data automation and integration platform for agencies.
“Data management is key for independent insurance agencies to meet the expectations of today's customers but automating cumbersome data management processes and siloed systems are glaring pain points in the independent agency channel," says Chris Cline, ACT executive director. “ACT is excited to welcome Synatic on board to improve solutions for agents to turn data into insights and insights into action."
Synatic's Hybrid Integration Platform allows agencies to aggregate data, push it to the right system, and operationalize data to work together with other systems. Synatic brings together extract, transfer, load (ETL) processes; application programming interface (API) management; data warehousing; and integration into one solution to help insurance agencies bring together disparate sets of data from multiple systems. With the platform, agencies can sync systems, automate the rate, quote and bind process, and integrate with both customer portals and carrier systems.
“At Synatic, we believe in demystifying data—all the more important as easy, seamless data integration is a must have for agencies in today's environment," says Jamie Peers, vice president of business development and alliances at Synatic. “We're proud to partner with ACT to continue focusing on solutions that empower independent agencies to take control of their data."
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Founded in 1896, the Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America (the Big “I") is the nation's oldest and largest national association of independent insurance agents and brokers, representing more than 25,000 agency locations united under the Trusted Choice® brand. Trusted Choice independent agents offer consumers all types of insurance—property, casualty, life, health, employee benefit plans and retirement products—from a variety of insurance companies.
The Agents Council for Technology (ACT) was established in January 1999 by the Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America (the Big “I") to provide a candid, action-oriented forum to address the critical workflow and technology issues facing the independent agency system. ACT helps participants understand the perspectives of the other stakeholders in the process and provides excellent networking opportunities with the participants who are shaping the future for the industry on these issues.
ACT members include:
Carriers: Acadia Insurance, The Berkley Companies, Central Insurance, Chubb Group of Insurance Companies, The Cincinnati Insurance Companies, CNA, EMC Insurance Companies, Encova Insurance, Foremost (a Farmers Insurance Company), Grange Insurance, The Hanover Insurance Group, The Hartford, Hartford Steam Boiler, Liberty Mutual Insurance, The Main Street America Group, Merchants Insurance Group, National General (an Allstate company), Nationwide Insurance, New York Central Mutual Insurance, Ohio Mutual Insurance Group, Penn National Insurance, Progressive, Safeco Insurance, Selective Insurance Company of America, Travelers, Utica National Insurance Group and Westfield Insurance
Industry associations and consultants: ACORD, CSIO, IIABA, Insurance Brokers Association of Canada, Angela Adams Consulting Services, WSIA
MGAs: Joyn Insurance
Technology providers: AgencyKPI, Agency Revolution, Agentero, Applied Systems/IVANS, CoverWallet for Agents, Duck Creek Technologies, EZLynx, HawkSoft, Imperial PFS, Indio Technologies, ITC, Insurance Agent Mobile Application, Layr, LegacyArmour, Levitate, Neilson Marketing Services, North American Software Associates, ProNavigator, Rigid Bits Cybrseurity, RiskStream Collaborative (The Institutes), Rocket Referrals, SimplePin, Simply Easier Payments/EchoSage, Strategic Insurance Software, Synatic, TEKRiSQ, Vertafore, Veruna, Xanatek, XDimensional Technologies
User Groups: AgentLynx by EZLynx, Applied Client Network, the HawkSoft Users Group, NetVU, the Nexsure User Group, Partner XE User Community