IVANS to Lead Discussions with Insurance Carriers and Agents on Leveraging Technology to Sustain Growth and Create Market Differentiation in a Soft Market

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IVANS Hosting Regional Meetings on October 5 and 12, 2011 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania and Columbus, Ohio

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IVANS, Inc., the largest insurance data exchange in the United States, is hosting a series of Insurance Carrier Regional Meetings this fall, where property-casualty leaders from across the country will convene to discuss their top technology priorities for sustaining growth and creating market differentiation during an ongoing soft market. The meeting will address how to implement a clear strategy that aligns technology with business.

IVANS will also be showcasing recent updates to its Insurance Carrier Exchange which manages more than 9,000,000 policy transactions monthly. Recent enhancements include security updates, better access to reporting and a more user-friendly interface. IVANS focus is to provide an insurance data exchange platform that will further improve agency-company communications, and make it easier for agents and carriers to do business.

There is no fee to attend and lunch will be provided for both carriers and agents, 12:30pm-1:30pm.

When and Where:     October 5, 2011 at the Hilton Harrisburg, in Harrisburg, PA
            Carrier Meeting: 10am-1:30pm        

October 12, 2011 at Hyatt Regency in Columbus, OH
            Carrier Meeting: 10am-1:30pm        

Register:        http://www.ivans.com/2011regionalmeetings

IVANS Inc. provides the property and casualty insurance industry with fully managed agency-company interface solutions to help solve complex business issues. Headquartered in Stamford, Conn., with over 28 years of insurance technology expertise, IVANS serves over 350 insurance organizations and more than 30,000 independent agents. For information, visit http://www.ivans.com/property-casualty

Cecile M. Locurto                                    


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