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MacNeill Group Picks ClarionDoor's Insured Rating

July 10, 2014

MacNeill Group, Inc. (MacNeill), a company operating in the Southeast as a Managing General Agent and Wholesale Broker for almost 70 years, has announced that the company has selected ClarionDoor's flagship offering, Insured Rating, to build point-of-sale (POS) rating solution.

MacNeill will rely on Insured Rating solution to cater to the needs of admitted and non-admitted insurance company partners, who are looking out for using the latest point-of-sale (POS) rating solution from the company. Also, Insured Rating’s updated platform will help MacNeill's retail agents in rating, quoting and writing new business.

Suzanne Brauer, vice president of MacNeill Group, said their requirements called for an easy-to-use, point-of-sale rating solution their agent partners could utilize in a fast, efficient manner to better serve their clientele.

 "ClarionDoor's rating experience, and the cloud-based Insured Rating solution, met all of our criteria. We are confident that this partnership with ClarionDoor will be instrumental in helping us achieve our goals," added Brauer.

ClarionDoor's flagship offering, Insured Rating, allows in creating the test quote scenarios and executes against rate plan configuration. Its graphical reports display premiums and rules execution results. It is a modern rating engine platform which operates and performs in the cloud.

This solution is an ideal solution to bring and maintain positive production implementations, including testing tools, what-if functionality, release tools, usage reporting and well-documented API resources, features that are critical to MacNeill Group as they expand future rating offerings.

Patrick M. McCall, chief sales officer at ClarionDoor, said that MacNeill Group is a strategic account for ClarionDoor in the MGA / wholesale market.

 “As we continue to add customers of this caliber, it reinforces our belief that Insured Rating, and the technology foundation behind the solution, is meeting the ever-growing needs of the insurance market," Patrick M. McCall added.

By embracing cloud technologies, industry standards and a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS (News - Alert)) delivery model, ClarionDoor's experienced team of insurance and technology professionals help insurance organizations quickly generate accurate, real-time insurance quotes and on-demand reports via Insured Rating's integrated analytics capabilities.




Edited by Allison Sansone

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