LISI Launches QuoteStar NITRO Quoting and Sales Enhancement Tool

LISI, Inc., the premier California General Agency has launched its latest sales enhancement and quoting tool for insurance agents and brokers, QuoteStar NITRO.

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San Mateo, California (PRWEB) May 03, 2014

What sets this quoting tool apart from all the rest is its stunning and unique customizable design layout and the broad spectrum of capabilities that go above and beyond simply quoting a list of health plans. What does QuoteStar NITRO offer that other quoting engines do not?

             •    Eye-catching graphics and report layout
             •    Unique customization including capability to add broker logos, products, services and contact information
             •    Industry benchmarking allows brokers to compare like groups by sic code, zip code, and number of employees
             •    A cost vs. benefit analysis to help brokers select the best plans for their clients
             •    Completely customizable HCR calculations built into the engine. Quickly and easily calculate possible FTEs, Play or Pay penalties and Small Business Tax Credits to review client options
             •    More complete and detailed, easy to use side-by-side plan comparisons

QuoteStar NITRO offers a user-friendly, easy to navigate online tool for brokers, providing a simpler and faster way to help their clients identify the best possible health plans within their budget.

“NITRO is part quote enhancement tool and part sales tool,” said Ken Doyle, Executive Director of Sales and Marketing for LISI. “NITRO will be instrumental in helping brokers better advise their clients on what to do with early renewal groups as it has the ability to compare multiple quotes with different effective dates.”

For more information and to find out how you can start using QuoteStar NITRO, contact a LISI Sales Representative at 866-570-5474. Visit our website at http://www.lisibroker.com.


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