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Hamann Insurance Group Set to Impress the Modern Insurance Consumer

February 12, 2013

With more customers shopping for insurance online, the insurance industry has woken up to the fact that it needs a management and marketing system that can grow and integrate with the changing requirements of business and personal insurance.

In tune with that line of thinking, Texas insurance agency, Hamann Insurance Group, has partnered with Astonish, a digital insurance marketing and sales training company, which is committed to helping local, independent insurance agencies and professionals excel in selling insurance to the modern consumer.

With its comprehensive digital insurance marketing system, Astonish helps fuse the power of insurance agency management, online marketing technology, Web services and more. It perfectly complements Hamann Insurance’s goal of forging a three-way partnership with customers and insurance carriers to provide the stability everyone can rely on.

While Hamann’s new website was meant to make the online insurance shopping experience more personalized and educational, the launch of the new marketing strategy that features "virtual insurance office" and interactive "virtual Insurance agent” is expected to transform the way in which Hamann connects and serves its insurance consumers.

Further, Hamann will also be able to broaden its reach across Texas and the local region, boost consumer engagement, providing visitors with a new tailored experience.

The Hamann Insurance Group is thus well positioned to offer a wide variety of insurance solutions to suit the needs of a wide spectrum of industry and its agents are committed to building long-lasting relationships by providing coverage options at a price that fits any budget.

With the help of Astonish, it is expected to adapt to the modern landscape of the Internet consumer and stay ahead in the Insurance industry.

Recently, Astonish, a insurance digital marketing system in the U.S., announced its integration with QQ Solutions, Inc.’s agency management system, QQ Evolution 2. QQ Solutions, Inc. is a provider of software and Web-based technology solutions for the insurance industry.




Edited by Brooke Neuman

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