Chicago, IL (PRWEB) May 22, 2006
Norvax announced today the release of their latest whitepaper, Selling Insurance Online: Identifying the 9 Top Trends Affecting Agents & Carriers in 2006.
The paper concisely reveals the latest trends in online insurance sales that independent insurance agents, captive agents and carriers can easily take advantage of to increase sales, productivity and profit this year.
“All players in the insurance industry are realizing the immense potential the Internet gives them to streamline the connection between consumer, agent and carrier for faster sales, minimized paperwork and increased brand awareness. The “9 Top Trends” report helps pinpoint the latest ways these advances can be incorporated into daily operations,” says Clint Jones, CEO, Norvax.
Highlights of the whitepaper include:
- The year’s most dominant lead generation strategy
- How email will change agent and carrier marketing…for better and for worse
- The secret to the successful one-man shop
“Early adopters of insurance sales technology are already seeing profits increase as their sales and admin processes are simplified and sped up. These initial advances have created a base from which we’re going to see leaders and followers this year. The 9 trends identified in this report should be a valuable part of every insurance agent and carrier’s new sales strategy for 2006,” says Jeremiah Desmarais, the paper’s author.
Desmarais is the Vice President of Marketing at Norvax. He is author of several whitepapers, and has been a contributor to the Agent Sales Journal, Health Insurance Underwriter as well as a keynote speaker at insurance carrier events and workshops. He is also editor of the Norvax Newsletter that delivers helpful sales articles, tips and marketing strategies to 15,000+ Insurance Agents monthly. He is a member of the Society of Industry Leaders.
Brokers, agents and carrier representatives can download a free copy of the exclusive whitepaper, Selling Insurance Online: Identifying the 9 Top Trends Affecting Agents & Carriers in 2006 at http://www.norvax.com/9trends .
Norvax Inc. is a leading developer of Web-based sales and customer communication tools for the insurance industry that help insurance brokers, agents and carriers connect with customers and transact business more efficiently. From tools for building Web sites to health insurance quoting engines and e-mail autoresponders that can automatically include updated health insurance quotes, Norvax’ product suite lets insurance agents increase sales, cut administrative time and reduce expenses by initiating customer contact faster and automatically maintaining around-the-clock communications with prospects. Founded in 2000, Norvax is privately held and based in Chicago.
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