Denver, CO (PRWEB) March 16, 2007
Come March 22nd, the happiest place on earth will become a scoatch more cheerful. InsureMe, a company providing thousands of insurance leads to agents each year, will be attending the 31st annual AMS Users' Group 2007 National Conference in Orlando, Florida.
The theme for this year's conference is "Journey into Real-Time," which is especially fitting as InsureMe delivers insurance leads in real-time, and has just unveiled its new online lead application which puts the consumer in the driver's seat.
Allowing consumers to control their shopping experience by choosing the agents to which they've been matched has had a dramatic effect on the InsureMe agent experience. According to statistics, most insurance professionals are picked between 90%-95% of the time they're presented to the consumer.
While the web site enhancements have created a stir, the InsureMe contest for agents attending the AMS Users' Group conference is generating equally as much buzz. The InsureMe mascot, alias "the I-Guy," has gone AWOL and the company is awarding $100 in free insurance leads to the first 50 agents that find him.
The InsureMe I-Guy was last seen carousing with the Florida Gator.
InsureMe will be at booth 426 to answer any questions about its agent program, the InsureMe contest and anything else under the sun (pertaining to insurance sales).
For more information on the InsureMe's involvement at this year's AMS Users' Group conference, visit the InsureMe Agent Blog at http://insurememblog.com/agent.
InsureMe, an Englewood, Colorado-based company, links agents nationwide with consumers shopping for insurance. For sales tips information about the InsureMe agent program, visit https://agent.insureme.com and http://insuremeblog.com/agent.
About AMS Users' Group
The AMS Users' Group represents more than 11,000 independent insurance agencies that use AMS Services agency management systems. The Group's main objective of influencing the future of agency automation is accomplished through various education, member service and advocacy programs.