|By PR Newswire||
|August 7, 2014 03:00 PM EDT||
CHICAGO, Aug. 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Insurance Noodle today announced the launch of the first-ever integrated facility for small financial firms across the United States, bringing together the power of several leading markets via a single online access point. The Insurance Noodle proprietary technology platform simultaneously markets an account to all carriers and returns real quotes within 10 minutes.
"The opportunity for Insurance Noodle agents is tremendous: there are 722,129 professional services establishments in the United States with fewer than 20 employees. Most of these businesses require a variety of insurance policies, including Professional Liability and E&O (Errors & Omissions), General Liability, Commercial Auto and Workers' Compensation," said Insurance Noodle CEO Ted Devine. "We created this online facility to maximize an agent's ability to serve clients."
The facility's target classes include a full array of financial service professionals including auditors, at-home bookkeepers, financial planners and tax preparers. Designed specifically to offer these products, Insurance Noodle's offering is made possible through partnerships with A.M. Best-rated carriers that provide the best coverage the marketplace has to offer in the category.
Ralph Blust, President of Insurance Noodle, added, "The integrated platform uniquely equips agents to obtain the best solutions for their clients from the offerings of all participating carriers. Agents can obtain solutions for a wide range of small financial firms with more immediacy than ever before."
Insurance Noodle is the leading online placement platform, delivering solutions for more than 6,000 agents and their clients around the United States.
About Insurance Noodle
Insurance Noodle established itself as a pioneer in online quoting in 2001. Since then, it has provided independent agents with online access to insurance products and services through a single-entry, multi-carrier, multi-line, web-based portal. Insurance Noodle was formerly a subsidiary Willis Group Holdings, plc. For more information, visit Insurance Noodle's website.
SOURCE Insurance Noodle
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