Sircon has released a new version of the Sircon for Carriers and Sircon for Agencies and Brokers system.
The update includes new tools for getting insurance producers on board and managing producer data, according to Sircon, Okemos, Mich., a unit of Vertafore Inc., Bothell, Wash.
The update also includes new business system integration, data reconciliation and search capabilities, Sircon says.
In other insurance technology news:
- Internet Pipeline Inc., Exton, Pa., which does business as iPipeline, says Banner Life Insurance Company, Rockville, Md., a unit of Legal & General Group P.L.C., London, will be using the iGO App Drop Ticket system starting in January 2010.
William Penn Life Insurance Company, Garden City, N.Y., a Banner Life subsidiary, will also use the system, iPipeline says.
- Buck Consultants, a unit of Affiliated Computer Services Inc., Dallas, has agreed to license use of the GEMS Economic Scenario Generator system from DFA Capital Management Inc., Purchase, N.Y.