Bridger Insurance Selects BindExpress Suite from SpeedBuilder Systems to Launch in Texas

The client cites cost-effectiveness and robustness of solution, plus reputation for responsive service and ability to deliver user-friendly solutions as selection factors.

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Bridger Insurance Services (Pleasanton, Calif.) has selected SpeedBuilder’s (Columbia, S.C.) BindExpress Suite running Software-as-a-Service to launch its Nonstandard Automobile product in the state of Texas.

Kimo Winterbottom, CEO, Bridger Insurance Services.

“SpeedBuilder’s full suite of policy management, billing and claims was clearly the most cost-effective, yet robust solution for our launch in Texas,” comments Kimo Winterbottom, CEO, Bridger Insurance Services. “Their reputation for responsive service and ability to deliver user-friendly solutions were significant in our decision to partner with them.  While time-to-market was important to us, it was clear from the start that they understand our business.”

SpeedBuilder describes BindExpress as built on a web-native, open source technology platform, using AlwaysCurrent Architecture, which the vendor asserts makes it the only market solution that enables clients to customize the system as desired, yet accept all product updates and enhancements at any time, without retrofitting the customized code.

Depth of Capabilities

“We are pleased that Bridger selected our BindExpress Suite for their nonstandard auto Texas launch,” comments Rod Giess, president of SpeedBuilder Systems. “Because technology is their strategy focus, they required a solution like BindExpress Suite that has the depth of capabilities they need today, the agility to respond to future demands, and the flexibility of a SaaS deployment.  What’s more, while best known for our commercial lines solutions, SBS is now being recognized as a prominent solution provider within niche personal-lines markets, especially in startup situations.”

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Anthony R. O’Donnell // Anthony O'Donnell is Executive Editor of Insurance Innovation Reporter. For nearly two decades, he has been an observer and commentator on the use of information technology in the insurance industry, following industry trends and writing about the use of IT across all sectors of the insurance industry. He can be reached at or (503) 936-2803.

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