Senior Life Insurance Company, one of the fastest-growing final expense companies in the United States, officially unveiled a new agent onboarding portal powered by AgentSync, the company building technology to fuel growth across the insurance industry. Customized to Senior Life’s unique needs, the new portal provides a central, seamless workflow, creating massive efficiencies for the carrier and vastly improving the agent experience, enabling them to begin selling in minutes, not days.
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Previously, Senior Life’s agent onboarding process was manual, requiring multiple rounds of back-and-forth between Senior Life and the agent. Despite prior efforts to make the process as efficient as possible, Senior Life approached AgentSync with the goal of creating one central workflow where each step of the onboarding process could be accomplished in minutes.
Senior Life is a company founded by agents and run by agents,” said Ron Powell, Chief Executive Officer & President of Senior Life “We are constantly looking for ways to improve the agent experience. This is why we have partnered with AgentSync – to help remove the burdens associated with the onboarding process and push our onboarding process to the next level. Utilizing Agentsync’s customizable technology will help us to do just that. It creates significant efficiencies that improve the agent onboarding experience allowing agents to go to work the same day they contract.”
For agents, getting set up to work with Senior Life is easier than ever. With the new onboarding flow, agents simply enter their personal information, submit for a background check, provide an e-signature on the agent contract, and start selling in the states they’re licensed in same-day. The entire process happens all within the same onboarding workflow on the new custom portal, built by AgentSync.
This first-of-its-kind portal brings about cost and time savings for both agents and Senior life. With this new process, agents self-select the states they plan to start doing business in and are able to get appointed in additional eligible states when their first piece of business is submitted