Press Release

Insurance Technologies Launches New Website

September 10, 2018
Colorado Springs, CO

COLORADO SPRINGS, CO, September 10, 2018 – Insurance Technologies, LLC, a provider of sales and regulatory automation solutions for the insurance and financial services industries, is pleased to announce the launch of its redesigned website at insurancetechnologies.com.

The new website features a sleek interface that highlights the company’s robust product offerings for the insurance, retirement and financial services industries. With a user-friendly navigation and refreshed interior page content, visitors can easily browse the site to find the information they need or reach out to request a personalized demo from the Insurance Technologies team.

“As our company and product offerings continued to expand, we recognized the need for a new website that illustrated all of our offerings. We wanted our new website to reflect who we are as a company as well as be a place to share our comprehensive solutions and tools that we have developed from the ground up. Our unique approach to building end-to-end solutions in-house, along with our proven commitment to our clients’ success, has helped differentiate us from the industry and I think the new website reflects that,” said David Fenimore, CEO at Insurance Technologies.

About Insurance Technologies
Insurance Technologies provides innovative sales and regulatory automation solutions to the insurance and financial services industries. Offering a suite of integrated sales solutions, from pre-sale functions through e-application, to post-sale services, Insurance Technologies provides carriers and distributors the sales capabilities and tools to create automated and cohesive sales experiences for their advisors and clients across all lines of insurance, retirement and investment products. The unique architecture and flexibility of its solutions deliver front and back-office configurability and usability to support multiple business strategies, encourage cross-channel growth and evolve with regulatory changes.