EZLynx Announces Insurance Industry’s First Agency Management System for Market Access Providers

Announced at the AgentLynx 2018 User Conference in San Diego, EZLynx revealed the insurance industry’s first agency management system for Market Access Providers and Agent Networks called Compass.  Compass addresses the workflows and communication needs of Market Access Providers and Agent Networks in ways not previously available.

Harnessing the power of the EZLynx ONE PLATFORM, Compass addresses the three pillars of Market Access Provider success: Carrier Management, Member Management, and Commissions Processing. The system does this by enabling Market Access Providers in two distinctly valuable ways.

First, Compass provides the framework for unprecedented interconnectivity between the Market Access Provider and its member agencies. Second, Compass delivers unprecedented reporting and analytics, providing the means for data-driven decisions and discovering key opportunities to increase their revenue and profitability.

Specific needs for this fast-growing, disruptive segment of the independent insurance market include regular, operational and practicable communication to members; seamless integration with the member agency’s management system; the aggregation of carrier data, including policy downloads and commission allocation; and the ability to manage reporting, productivity and success for both the individual agencies and the Market Access Provider as a whole.

“Our Market Access Provider customers have come to us with a very specific set of challenges,” said EZLynx Product Manager Jonathan Kolbo. “They have tremendous potential for growth, but the tools and the software that they use just won’t keep up—particularly in the areas of reporting and analytics. Compass provides the complete solution. It is the first agency network management system, and it is purpose-built for agency networks to increase the effectiveness of their agents and the efficiency of their operations. Compass provides a complete view of all activity across the entire network.”

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