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Lincoln Financial Group Chooses Insurance Technologies' FireLight Solution

January 11, 2013

Lincoln Financial Group, a Fortune 500 company offering a diverse range of financial services and solutions, recently opted for Insurance Technologies’ FireLight to automate and streamline its annuity e-application business processing.

Insurance Technologies is a premier provider of innovative sales and regulatory automation solutions to the insurance and financial services industries. The company’s FireLight is a rules-driven, device-agnostic e-application business fulfillment solution.

In a statement, Travis Champion, vice president of Sales, Insurance Technologies, said, “FireLight will provide Lincoln Financial Group system flexibility and administrative tools to add, create and manage current and future business application processes, which will give them a true return on their technology investment.”

The platform will provide the distribution partners of Lincoln Financial Group with a user-friendly, mobile and familiar e-application platform to enhance their sales process.

“At Lincoln Financial Group, we strive to make it easier for our distribution partners to do business with us by enhancing the service experience at every critical interaction, and Insurance Technologies provides the resources to achieve this goal,” said Nancy Jordan, SVP, Individual Annuity Operations, Lincoln Financial Group. “We’re excited about expanding our long-standing partnership with Insurance Technologies and offering our paper-based distribution partners an end-to-end sales solution that will take them seamlessly from illustration to application, all on a mobile platform.”

The marketing name for Lincoln National Corporation and its affiliates, Lincoln Financial Group is led by over 8,000 employees and offers the tools and advice to help individuals take charge of their futures.

In related TMC (News - Alert) news, Lincoln Financial Group recently appointed industry veteran Ellen Cooper as new executive vice president and chief investment officer, responsible for setting, implementing and providing strategic oversight and management of Lincoln Financial's investment strategy.

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Edited by Braden Becker

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