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IDP Celebrates 65 Years of Experience Serving Insurance Customers

WYNCOTE, PA -- (Marketwired) -- 08/21/14 -- IDP, the developer of InsuraSphere, an intuitive core administration suite for small and mid-size property and casualty (P&C) insurance organizations, is pleased to announce the company is celebrating 65 years of serving insurance customers in 2014.

In an era marked by mergers and acquisitions in the insurance technology community, IDP is going, and growing, strong. Since the company was founded in 1949, IDP has concentrated on providing consistency, reliability and results through technology that is always leading the edge of where insurers need to be in terms of processing power and business results for core administration, plus underwriting, rating, reinsurance, reporting and agent/insured portals. Today, InsuraSphere is one of the leading core administration suite solutions selected by P&C insurers every year.

"On behalf of Century-National Insurance Company's IS staff, I would like to congratulate our dear friends at IDP on this milestone achievement," said Saro Hamamah, vice president of IT for Century-National Insurance Company. "We're fortunate to engage the expertise and knowledge of the business and technical team at IDP to help guide us in setting strategies and best practices. IDP has been our technology partner since the early 1990s, and the team at IDP continues to support us through the challenges we face in running the information systems and operations of an insurance company. We appreciate all that you have done and continue to do, and wish IDP management and staff continued successes and many more milestones."

Throughout the company's history, IDP has reinforced relationships with insurance company customers to create true partnerships. In addition to Century-National, some of the company's longest-standing customers include Security Mutual Insurance Company and Kingstone Insurance Company. Having developed significant expertise in providing intuitive, agile technology solutions via a private cloud in a managed environment, IDP now also offers a robust bureau reporting service which further empowers insurers looking to minimize operational expenses and grow new business.

"We're not sitting still. IDP makes investments into our solutions and our company and our customers every day," said Joe Friend, SVP of IDP. "It doesn't take any effort to do the same thing year after year, but we're not interested in the status quo. We know our customers are relying on IDP to help them move the needle in an upward direction, and we are committed to making that happen."

For more information about IDP or InsuraSphere, please contact Stephanie Leicht, vice president of sales and marketing for IDP, at 267-620-2376 or [email protected].

About IDP
IDP is a leading-edge insurance technology firm and the developer of InsuraSphere, an agile, scalable, intuitive core administration suite for small and mid-size property and casualty (P&C) insurance organizations, which includes a comprehensive bureau reporting service, and which is delivered via a private cloud in a managed environment. Based near Philadelphia, IDP has been serving the P&C insurer community successfully and consistently for decades, and delivering results for policy administration, rating, billing, claims, reporting, reinsurance, and agent/insured portals through unparalleled technology which supports new business growth, improves policyholder retention, enhances customer experience, streamlines processing and produces cost savings almost immediately. For more information, please visit the company website at www.idpnet.com, or call 800-523-6725.

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