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We focus on solving the difficult problems that agencies, carriers and wholesalers experience every day. AVYST's solutions are flexible and focused on solving the complexities of transacting insurance for all parties involved in the process.

3 Steps to Improve Your Own User Experience

Our industry spends a lot of time discussing the customer experience, and rightfully so. But what about...

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When Was the Last Time You Asked ‘Why’?

by Kitty Ambers, CIC, CPIA, CISR, Chief Growth Officer at AVYST If you have children, you likely...

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Insurtech & Insurance: Perfect Together

You can’t tell the players in insurtech without a scorecard. Here’s one for reference: Crunchbase’s website lists...

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Wondering if That Upgrade is Really Worth It? Try these 3 Steps to Launching New Technology

In a recent blog, we explored the common reasons people and companies resist change. Some of the...

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Can You Change the Inertia of Your Insurance Practice?

Whether your insurance agency, brokerage or other firm has inertia (like the Rams in the Super Bowl)...

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Momentum or Inertia: Which Did the Super Bowl Teams Each Have?

Was the Rams-Patriots Super Bowl LIII a game of momentum or inertia? Inertia: “property of matter by...

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You Can Have Results — or Excuses. But Seldom Both

What if you had the opportunity for improvement, without the pain of change? At work, it would...

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Real Meaning of ‘Underinsured’ Gets Personal

Insurance folks I’ve met over the years may know the story of my daughter Jenna’s car accident....

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Why Carriers need to rethink their approach to Technology

October 23, 2018 by Linda Dodson Most carriers recognized long ago that making it easier for agents to...

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How insurtechs are actually boosting brokers

Insurance Business America September 26, 2018   Funding for insurtechs isn’t slowing down, with $2.3 billion invested...

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