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Monthly Self-Reporting vs Pay-As-You-Go

What’s the Difference Between Monthly Self-Reporting vs. Pay-As-You-Go Billing in Workers’ Compensation Insurance? Pay-as-you-go billing has gone from “nice to have” to “must have” over the last two years.  There are a variety of reasons why carriers have been adding pay-as-you-go billing, including rising customer expectations due to their digital experiences in other industries, increased…

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How Current Customers Can Get More Out of InsurePay

When a carrier chooses to implement InsurePay, it makes a commitment of time and money to benefit their agents and policyholders alike. As with any technology investment, the carrier wants to realize a return on its investment. To benefit from the investment in InsurePay, adoption by carrier staff, agents and policyholders is critical. Here are…

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Gone Phishing

Now that the nice weather has arrived, it seems like a good time to relax and go fishing, or, should I say, “phishing.”  You can hardly go a day without reading yet another headline about a major cybersecurity breach. This subject has clearly garnered a lot of attention in the news. Given the prevalence of…

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The Pay-as-you-go (PAYGO) Market Opportunity

According to the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), Office of Advocacy, there are nearly 29 million small businesses in the U.S. The SBA defines small businesses as having fewer than 500 employees of these small businesses, 80%, or 23.2 million, have no paid employees while only 20%, or 5.8 million had at least 1 or…