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ACT Cyber Guide Now Available for Big “I” Members

Handling sensitive information is now one of the most critical responsibilities faced by the modern insurance agency.  This Guide will help you understand threats and create policies and procedures to protect your agency from a cyber threat and prepare your agency for recovery should … Continue reading

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ACT Launches Customer Experience Website

The Agents Council for Technology has launched a new Customer Experience Planning Website. This interactive online resource is designed to help agents understand the customer experience lifecycle and leverage technology to achieve the ease of doing business consumers expect. The site explains … Continue reading

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Texting Resources to Help Agents Comply with Legal Requirements

Text messaging gives independent agents a quick and simple way to communicate with clients, on an individual or aggregate basis, regarding policy reminders, new product offerings and risk management tips. But the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has broadly interpreted the … Continue reading

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Protect Your Agency from Cyber Threats – Access the Agents Council for Technology Cyber Guide

With every tech advancement comes cybersecurity issues. How does an agency know where to start? The Agents Council for Technology (ACT) is here to help. ACT’s Security Issues work group recently created the Agency Cyber Guide 1.0, free to all Big … Continue reading

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Big “I” Agents Council for Technology Announces eSignature Resources for Independent Agents

The Big “I”‘s Agents Council for Technology (ACT) recently released a set of new eSignature resources for independent agents. These tools have been developed to provide guidance on the most impactful areas in agency adoption and use of eSignature, each … Continue reading

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