Back Office Processing Launched

Agoura Hills, CA – Appulate, Inc. is pleased to announce that it has added back office processing functionality for its carrier and MGA customers. This product is designed to reduce internal data entry by automatically extracting ACORD forms and converting them to ACORD XML.

“With the product, a carrier or MGA could take a form submitted to them by fax or email and extract the data without the need to re-enter it”, said Dimitri Nikouline, Appulate’s Chief Technology Officer. Read more

Appulate Presents to ACT, AAMGA and NAPSLO

Agoura Hills, CA – The ACT / AAMGA / NAPLSO Retail Agent – E&S Market Joint Initiative hosted a presentation today highlighting Appulate’s Submission Gateway functionality.

In the demonstration, a retail agency (Treutel and Associates) and general agency (Cochrane and Co) used Appulate’s Uplink™ technology to transmit ACORD data as ACORD XML. Read more

Appulate Featured By Insurors of Tennessee

Appulate, Inc. is proud to be recognized in the latest issue of the The Tennessee Insuror, a publication by the Insurors of Tennessee. Appulate, Inc. was featured on page 44 with a write-up about agents in Tennessee using the Uplink™ with Celina Insurance Group’s agent portal.

New Supplemental Application Updates

We released some updates today:

• AAIC – Social Services – Sexual and Physical Abuse

• AAIC (NIPC) – Social Services – Social Service and Healthcare Professional Liability

• Scottsdale – General Liability

Do you know of a form in our database that needs to be updated?  Let us know by emailing the update to us at support@appulate.com. Read more

First Notice of Loss (FNOL) is Launched

Agoura Hills, CA – Appulate, Inc. announces the launch of its capability to bridge FNOL from retail agency management systems.

Using Appulate’s Uplink™ (virtual printer) technology, a retail agent can automatically send the FNOL to carriers. The carrier receives the FNOL as an ACORD XML message that they can then push into their claims system, portal or other system for consumption. Read more