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Dovetail Insurance Wins Palmetto Pillar Award

October 10, 2012

Dovetail Insurance, a provider of cloud-based insurance product delivery services for property-casualty insurance carriers, MGAs and brokers, has been recognized with the Palmetto Pillar Award for cloud computing. The award is sponsored by the Greater Columbia Chamber of Commerce, in conjunction with the Columbia Information Technology Council.

"We're honored to receive the cloud computing award for our SaaS (News - Alert)-based solution which provides insurance carriers, MGAs and brokers with unlimited possibilities for creating and distributing insurance products quickly across 50 states," said Tony Mattioli, President of Dovetail Insurance. "The award is recognition for what we do best: help our clients rapidly enter new markets with our full-service, highly adaptable technology platform."

Founded in 2006 and backed by FirstMark Capital, Dovetail offers insurance program development and administration, back office services for policy administration, and deployment of insurance programs using advanced technology. Dovetail’s insurance product delivery services help carriers, MGAs and brokers bring new products and programs to market quickly. Dovetail’s insurance product delivery services help carriers, MGAs and brokers bring new products and programs to market quickly. Dovetail’s insurance product delivery services help carriers, MGAs and brokers bring new products and programs to market quickly Dovetail’s insurance product delivery services help carriers, MGAs and brokers bring new products and programs to market quickly Dovetail’s insurance product delivery services help carriers, MGAs and brokers bring new products and programs to market quickly.

With Dovetail's SaaS-based business model, insurance companies have unlimited possibilities for quickly creating and distributing insurance products. The company harnesses the power of cloud computing to help insurance companies easily handle unique business requirements associated with the development and distribution of new insurance products and programs.

Dovetail's solutions can be used to deploy new insurance products and programs, or provide a solution for information technology outsourcing. The company also can provide a team of people that are expert in all areas of insurance — a team that can meet aggressive delivery and production schedules to get new products to market. The solutions provide real-time access to premium and claims data in a single database for better customer service. The pre-configured lines, forms and workflows expedite the customization process saving both time and money.




Edited by Rich Steeves

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