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InsurTech Talk: Tips for successful technology implementation

During this episode of InsurTech Talk, Kitty Ambers and George Robertson recap the fundamentals shared during our last episode, and outline 3 key ideas to ensure that your technology transformation goes smoothly.  These include: Overcoming the tendency to resist change, Approaching your technology investment as Strategic, and Supporting Strategy with solid Tactics We hope you…

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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 our own experiences as users? I’m convinced that if insurance professionals mindfully commit to improving their own user experience throughout the quoting-and-binding process, the industry itself would be transformed. But so often we push aside our long-term goals…

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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 remember the phase when they asked, “Why?” constantly. Everything you asked them to do and every experience they encountered, the question was always, “But why?” Somewhere along the way those questions stopped. What a sad thing. We know…

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AVYST Joins Vertafore Orange Partner Program

AVYST Joins Vertafore Orange Partner Program Bi-Directional Forms Integration Extends Reach of eForms Wizard Submission Tool DENVER and DALLAS (April 2, 2019) — Vertafore, the leading provider of insurance software and Wave Insurance Technologies Inc., dba AVYST, today jointly announced that AVYST has joined the Orange Partner Program. AVYST is an insurtech company providing sales…

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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) or momentum (like the Patriots), I want to point out that neither inertia nor momentum will last forever. Sooner or later inertia will die out. If I coast my golf cart down a steep fairway, I might roll…

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