Angela Ford Named IIAT’s Continuous Improvement Director

angelaIIAT is pleased to announce that Angela Ford has joined IIAT as the director of continuous improvement. Angela’s comprehensive experience with insurance business processes and automation systems will help IIAT and its members create efficiencies and grow.

Angela has more than 25 years of experience in the insurance industry, managing all aspects of technology implementation, consulting independent agencies on how to streamline their processes to work smarter, and training staff in areas that range from accounting, marketing, sales, systems and reporting.

She started her career with Vertafore (formally known as AMS Services, Inc.) where she was part of the training and consulting management team. Angela later joined Beecher Carlson, a large account risk management broker, where she served as the director of IT applications. She was responsible for evaluating, recommending and implementing applications and automation projects. Most recently, Angela worked for a consulting firm where she helped agencies with a variety of needs focusing on business process changes, insurance accounting and out-of-the-box solutions.

“We believe our independent agencies deserve the best resources and services designed to grow their businesses and help improve their bottom lines. We hope our member agencies will take advantage of Angela’s unique experience and talents. Angela’s addition to IIAT will strengthen our ability to deliver on the association’s promise to help agencies succeed,” said IIAT Executive Director & President Marit Peters.

You can contact Angela at aford@iiat.org or 512.493.2443.

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