DAB Premium Finance Adopts Input 1 Premium Billing System
June 10, 2015
DAB Premium Finance is an insurance premium finance company that operates out of Florida. It has been growing over the past several years and has been working to improve customer experiences along the way. The latest step it is taking in that process is with administrative services company Input 1.
Input 1's Premium Billing System will now take center stage at DAB as the cloud-based platform DAB employees will use to complete finance transactions. The announcement of this partnership from Input 1 suggests that the adoption of the Premium Billing System was the “next logical step” in making these sorts of user-focused improvements.
Jose Fano, the manager of DAB, spoke in the announcement about his company's growth and the features that Input 1's billing system will provide for both his employees and customers.
“Over the years we've experienced fantastic growth,” Fano said. “By leveraging Input 1's Premium Billing System, we feel we can provide true client-centric solutions to the marketplace through this incredible platform. This new tech adaptation will be a big win for our customers and our staff because increased efficiency and flexibility within the Premium Billing System will allow us to expand while also cutting operating costs.”
This is what every company is looking for: cost savings alongside flexibility and efficiency. Of course, it is expected that more efficient and flexible operations should lead to smoother interactions inside and outside the office. Those improved interactions can lead to cost savings, and it appears that pattern is holding true for DAB regarding the use of its new state of billing operations.
Chris Farfaras, the vice president of sales and marketing for Input 1, also commented on the partnership. He remarked that the goal of Input 1 is to exceed its business clients' expectations and provide those clients with the tools they need to get ahead of the competition. It seems as if that path of leading the local market is ahead of DAB as it works to make its own business more client-centered. Only part of this process lies in billing, but because financial companies are so tied to finances, in this case it is a big part. DAB and its own customers should benefit tremendously from what lies ahead.
Edited by Dominick Sorrentino