TORONTO, August 1, 2013 – illustrate inc a leading provider of life insurance illustration and point-of-sale technology in North America today announced the purchase of the Lewis & Ellis Illustration Software Division. “The combination of these two life insurance illustration leaders, fits well with our growth strategy and expansion in the U.S.”, said Lorne Brown, President of illustrate inc. “We have been a leader in the life insurance illustration and point-of-sale market in Canada for over 23 years with our innovative True Engine ArchitectureTM. With the acquisition of the L&E Software Division, we expand our reach in the U.S. market and we are very excited about … Read More
Mobile Sales Technology Platform for Life Insurance Companies, Brokerage Agencies, & Financial Advisors (Toronto, July 2011) Increasingly, life insurance agents and their customers, are using smartphone technology to get the information they want immediately at their fingertips. Insurance companies are … Read More
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ILLUSTRATE INC & FORESTERS ANNOUNCE RELEASE OF FORESTERS MOBILE QUOTES TORONTO, April 20, 2011 – illustrate inc, a leading developer of point-of-sale technology solutions for the North American life insurance industry, and Foresters™, a life insurance … Read More
ACORD’s Interview with Lorne Brown: Introducing OPUS Make the Sale – Life Insurance Illustration Software
ACORD interviews Lorne Brown regarding OPUS Make the Sale – Life Insurance Illustration Software ACORD LOMA Insurance Systems Forum: Interview for OPUS Make the Sale Life Insurance Illustration Software from OpusMakeTheSale on Vimeo.
INTRODUCTION To remain competitive, insurers must get new business in, process it promptly and accurately and get it back out to their advisors and ultimately their clients. A lack of integrated technology combined with redundant business processes present significant obstacles … Read More
Recently, articles in this newsletter have discussed ACORD’s new technology implementations. While not using the term “unified communications” that’s part of what it is — bringing together disparate components to increase efficiency. And ACORD isn’t the only one rolling out … Read More