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“The decision to transition our agency management system is arguably one of the most important ones of my career.  It’s incredibly comforting to know we made the right choice.  The team at Partner XE is truly world-class.” 

– Cliff Miller, Owner, Tri-County Agency

Your Requests Are Our Priorities

“…the people are amazing, responsive, educated about the program and always maintain a positive attitude.” – Doreen Black, Neal Dastrup Insurance

Your independent insurance agency’s needs are unique, and we want to make sure you receive the best support possible. Our service team is located at our main office with direct access to all the resources they need to assist you. You’ll enjoy getting to know them as much as we appreciate knowing the names of our clients and how they prefer to communicate.

Quick and Accurate Resolution

Service and responsiveness are critical to how we measure satisfying client expectations.  The SIS service team is built to respond quickly and accurately. Performance is continually measured with a focus on how quickly and effectively client requests are resolved. Clients enjoy the professionalism and “can do” attitude in every experience.

We Work as a Team

When you contact SIS for product support, you may be talking to one person, but you have the resources of the entire SIS team working to solve your problem. Our Customer Support Analysts work closely with our software developers, allowing the support team to get to the bottom of your problem faster.

See Your Feedback Implemented

We want to hear from you and find out what issues you are having so we can improve future versions of the Partner Platform agency management system. We make sure the feedback you provide to our customer support team is seen by our product development team to make the Partner Platform agency management system even better.

Recent Articles

Underwriting Automation: How to Implement this Insurtech System

Automation plays a significant role in many industries, and insurance is no exception. The rapid innovations of insurtech have thrust data and automation into the forefront of ways to improve and enhance agency operations.

One of the most prominent data automation uses is in the underwriting process. Due to digitized automation processes, agencies are seeing loss ratios decrease and overall premiums increase. According to Willis Towers Watson, over 60% of agencies surveyed say the predictive analytics of automated underwriting have reduced issues and brought down expenses.

Underwriting automation has great value, but the wealth of data and required processing power can be daunting for the average agency. Yet, if your agency can put in place the right processes and people to gain and manage underwriting data, you can see a big change.

What You Need to Know About Insurance Agency Marketing

A lot has changed over the past few years due to the unexpected disruptions of the COVID-19 pandemic. All industries felt the impact, and the insurance industry is no exception. One of the most notable disruptions is the speed at which changes took place, especially around customer expectations and marketing.

What Your Agency Needs to Know About Insurance Marketing

Changes in insurance agency marketing that were projected to solidify in 5 to 10 years ended up evolving rapidly in just two. Chances are you’ve already made some of these adjustments to keep up with immediate demand, but there are other more “behind the scenes” adjustments agencies are making that you should note

You May Not Know the Next Market Disruptor, But You Can Be Prepared with the Right Insurance Software

The COVID-19 outbreak in 2020 left a lasting impact on the world, including how we do business. Quarantine and frequent lockdowns forced us to stay home, and the changes in customer expectations, work environments, and operations remain today.

Insurance agencies that weathered these changes have a few things in common. For one, they had the right insurance software to make the quick transition to remote work and service. Secondly, they have an enduring attitude of being open to change and a readiness to adapt. While we cannot predict what will disrupt the market next, we can use these markers to prepare with the right mindset, tools, and systems for the next unexpected interruption.

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