We’re launching this new blog today in hopes of being able to keep you better up to date on our development progress. As time goes on we’ll add information about new features we’ve added and how to use them, new supplementals added to our database of forms, and new features to our flagship product – the Appulate Uplink.
Newbury Park, CA – Appulate, Inc. reports that users have now inputted over one million data field responses in their process of filling out Workers’ Compensation and Contractors’ General Liability supplemental applications online.
The Appulate product provides commercial insurance agencies with the ability to more efficiently complete supplemental applications by giving users a single data entry point that populates on to the real carrier forms. Through the continuous addition of new carriers’ supplementals and the creation of new program features, Appulate has seen its usage nearly double in just the last 3 months.
Newbury Park, CA – Appulate, Inc. has hit a new milestone as its customers just completed their 5000th supplemental application.
Since July 2005, Appulate has been providing a web-based tool to help agents and brokers with the completion of their Workers’ Compensation and Contractors’ General Liability supplemental applications.
Newbury Park, CA – Appulate, Inc. announces the launch of its new Contractors’ General Liability line. This highly anticipated addition to Appulate’s popular tool for completing commercial insurance supplemental applications will officially launch on April, 20th 2006.
Appulate launched its first line this past July with the goal of providing a web-based tool that would help agents and brokers with the completion of their Workers’ Compensation supplemental applications. The Workers’ Compensation tool is now used by more than 600 users in California.
Newbury Park, CA – Appulate, Inc. announces that it just added its 50th Workers' Compensation supplemental. The company has been adding an average of 3 new supplementals to its interface each week since September and plans to continue to add additional supplementals as they are requested.