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Xceedance (Boston), a global provider of insurance technology, analytics and consulting services, has joined the American Association of Insurance Services (AAIS) as an associate member. AAIS is a national advisory organization that develops policy forms and rating information used by more than 700 property/casualty insurers who are regular members of AAIS. Reinsurers, service providers and software vendors who support AAIS member companies also regularly access AAIS information, resources and marketing opportunities through a membership program.
“We welcome Xceedance to our associate program as a leading, insurance-focused managed services provider,” comments Ed Kelly, president and CEO, AAIS. “Our associate members tell us that direct access to AAIS materials provides timely and complete information on program changes, and allows them to better serve their clients. Associate members also participate in our annual event and collaborate with AAIS on offering thought leadership and best practices guidance to insurance organizations.”
As an associate member, Xceedance will have access to forms, manuals, bulletins, and educational materials, including direct access to, and support from, AAIS program and service staff through the AAISdirect online service.
Connecting and Collaborating
“Xceedance is pleased to join AAIS as an associate member, and we look forward to connecting and collaborating with the AAIS community,” comments George Freimarck, VP, business development for the Americas, Xceedance. “Our company provides strategic consultancy and managed services, focused solely on the insurance industry. Clients tell us our industry focus is what they value most, and Xceedance is delighted to be part of an association of insurers and industry stakeholders dedicated exclusively to the advancement of its members.”
“The online access to forms and manuals provided via AAISdirect, in particular, will help Xceedance streamline operational processes and allow us to serve our clients more quickly and efficiently, while staying current on the programs our clients use,” Freimarck adds.