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Shaw American Unveils App for Wholesale Life Insurance

September 25, 2012

Shaw American Financial Corporation has unveiled a unique application for the Wholesale Life Insurance Industry. The application is currently available for iPhone (News - Alert) and Android users and can be downloaded at the organization’s website for no extra cost.

Comparisons of term life insurance offered by several major term life insurance companies are provided by the app. Some of these companies include American General, Aviva, Banner, Genworth, ING, John Hancock, Lincoln Benefit, Lincoln Financial Group, MetLife, Minnesota Life, Nationwide, Principal, Protective, Prudential, SBLI, Transamerica (News - Alert) and United of Omaha among others.

The app also includes features like Term Quotes, Voice Recorder, ASAP Service, Jon's Blog and Webinar Replays among others. The user friendly app offers the simplified term quoting engines right on the mobile phones. The term quoting engine does not make use of medical terms, thereby ensuring ease of use for all customers. Customers are able to initiate their application process directly from their phone using the app’s unique Shaw Assist technology. The app also incorporates a podcast module, which can be used for listening to all the most recent medical underwriting and future underwriting presentations directly on the phone. The app also offers a direct link to Jon’s Blog, which comprises of the latest industry updates.

Google (News - Alert) has rated the Shaw American application as the best Life Insurance app. The app is also available at the iTunes Store and Android Marketplace for no extra cost.

Shaw American Financial Corporation has established itself in the life insurance wholesaling market place. The organization, which offers life insurance in Louisville, KY, is also one of the oldest and greatest Life, Long Term Care, Annuities and Disability Brokerages. Currently, the organization is assisted by 19 dedicated employees for carrying out its brokers’ business. Since its inception, the organization is also known for its expertise in Impaired Risk Underwriting.

The organization has also been responsible for launching four major Brokerage Marketing/Study Groups, namely LifeMark Distributors, Inc; The Risk Appraisal Forum; Life Inc, The Brokers Health Insurance Network and the National Association of Independent Life Brokerage Agencies.

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Edited by Brooke Neuman

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