Empowering Agencies with Big Tech: AgencyBloc’s Innovation in Insurance (Profiles in Risk E557)

In this episode of Profiles in Risk (E557), Nick Lamparelli speaks with Tim Robinson and Corey Schmidt from AgencyBloc to delve into the transformative journey of their technology platform. As a CEO with extensive experience in software solutions across various industries, Tim Robinson shares his transition from web development to creating a comprehensive system designed to streamline insurance business management. AgencyBloc stands out by offering specialized, efficient tools that allow smaller health and benefits agencies to operate with the efficiency of their larger counterparts.

Throughout the discussion, the trio touches upon the delicate act of balancing diverse skill sets within a business and the significance of a SaaS company’s deep understanding of its clients to provide truly valuable insights and solutions. Emphasizing the importance of customer feedback and integration with top-tier solutions, they highlight how staying at the forefront of technology is crucial for success.

The episode showcases AgencyBloc’s robust AMS solution features, emphasizing its effectiveness in managing leads and sales activities. The technology’s capacity for automated nurturing campaigns is also discussed, showcasing how it enables agents to forge stronger customer relationships through strategic engagement.

AgencyBloc
Tim Robinson
Cory Schmidt

About Nick Lamparelli

Nick Lamparelli is a 20+ year veteran of the insurance wars. He has a unique vantage point on the insurance industry. From selling home & auto insurance, helping companies with commercial insurance, to being an underwriter with an excess & surplus lines wholesaler to catastrophe modeling Nick has wide experience in the industry. Over past 10 years, Nick has been focused on the insurance analytics of natural catastrophes and big data. Nick serves as our Chief Evangelist.

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