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Everest National Insurance Deploys Outline Systems’ ProducerOne

To manage producers across all functions, including underwriting, sales and marketing

Outline Systems (OSI), a provider of IT solutions and services for insurance organisations, has announced that Everest National Insurance Company (Everest) has implemented the new release of ProducerOne, OSI’s producer management system designed to facilitate sales and agency distribution.

Sandeep Bajaj, vice president of Everest National Insurance Company, a division of Everest Re Group, said: Expansion of our retail platform is a key part of our corporate strategy. We needed a solution to manage producers across all functions, including underwriting, sales and marketing. ProducerOne offers us a robust agency management, agency appointment and marketing system all rolled into one.

Starting with faster more efficient appointment processing, ProducerOne manages Everest’s entire producer life cycle. ProducerOne’s functionality is integrated with existing back-end systems and external compliance services, providing Everest’s business users with a single source of producer information and a powerful competitive advantage.

Satvinder Singh, president and CEO of OSI, said: ProducerOne is designed to be configurable to each client’s environment. For Everest, it was important to accelerate the on-boarding process, incorporate analytics and reporting, and provide a view of the agent/broker across the entire enterprise.

ProducerOne creates processing efficiencies within an insurance enterprise and enables collaboration between business units and producers. By integrating distribution channel functions, ProducerOne increases data accuracy and availability, thereby providing insurance companies increased opportunity for cross selling and targeted marketing.