Our TEK division is able protect an organization’s technology assets at an affordable price.
Lake St. Louis, MO (Vocus) August 5, 2008
The business world has advanced greatly over the past decade with a technological revolution. As a result of exponential technology growth, businesses have been able to conduct operations more efficiently via networking and computer systems. However, with the progress and advantages that technology brings, there is also an increase in risk and liability associated with digital business.
Stuckey and Company, a Lake St. Louis-based specialty insurance provider, has recognized the need in today’s business world for technology-specific liability programs. As one of the largest providers of tech-specific insurance programs, Stuckey’s TEK Program started in 1996 and has just added new forms of insurance this year that protects companies from network attacks, data manipulation, privacy breaches, and malicious code transmissions. This coverage is not normally seen under standard professional liability policies.
Since traditional liability insurance does not cover risks involved with online or computer applications, many companies are unaware they may not have appropriate technology coverage. Any company that conducts business online operates with a certain level of risk.
“Conducting business online puts companies at risk, and we have noticed that many firms are unaware they are not protected from certain cyber threats,” Dwight Stuckey, president of Stuckey and Company, said. “Our TEK division is able protect an organization’s technology assets at an affordable price.”
Stuckey and Company is constantly examining new risks and shifts in the technology paradigm. “Our new and improved computer system will allow us to reach our customers faster, and with the efficiency that they can depend on,” Stuckey said.
One component of Stuckey’s technology-specific coverage is SafetyTEK, a comprehensive insurance package for software, internet and computer consulting companies. This package offers low minimum premiums, and is the ideal solution for companies in need of protection from the constantly-evolving technology risks.
Stuckey and Company is also able to provide more specific programs for clients working in unique fields. TekManufacturing, for example, gives coverage for computer and electronic manufacturers. TekSchools is designed specifically for trade and vocational institutions in need of coverage. Other coverage-specific programs are available to meet just about any need or concern relating to technology protection. More information on quotes and eligibility is available on the Stuckey website, http://www.stuckey.com
The underwriters at Stuckey understand the specific needs and concerns that companies have relating to technology. The TEK division offers real time quoting, quick turnaround, no volume requirements, and high
commissions. The A+XV rated carrier can create a customized program to meet any specific needs. Stuckey focuses on small to mid-sized organizations, and also offers basic commercial, professional, and personal lines of insurance.
About Stuckey and Company
Stuckey and Company is a specialty insurance provider based in Lake St. Louis, Missouri. For over seventeen years, Stuckey has offered commercial, professional, and personal lines of insurance. Over 8,000 Stuckey agents have the knowledge and experience in dealing with specific coverage not typically covered under standard policies. Stuckey and Company offer standard lines of insurance, in addition to a number of specialty programs. The experts at Stuckey work to ensure each client receives the coverage they need to keep their corporate or personal assets safe. More information is available at http://www.stuckey.com.