If you’re like most brokers, your small group profitability has taken a hit in recent years. As a result, you’re likely spending less time with your smaller clients and perhaps even considering moving out of the small group business. This blog examines why small group profitability has suffered and, more importantly, how to regain it with your upcoming renewals.
Despite the influx of technology, many insurance brokers still present renewals the same way they did 20 years ago. Still using spreadsheets? Check out the list below for 9 reasons it’s time to upgrade your renewal process using technology, like Dynamis’ Dynamic Plan Designer tool.
You’ll also see reactions and testimonials from brokers and employers who have experienced the Dynamis plan modeling tool.
How many hours do you spent obtaining carrier quote and generating proposals? Are you concerned about small group profitability? Does the upcoming renewal season fill you with dread anticipating the extreme overwhelm?
This blog explores how a quoting engine addresses those concerns and more, including why you need one, how it works and tips for choosing the right vendor.
As you start a new year, you’re likely looking back on 2017 and looking for ways to optimize your business in 2018. As you reflect, how do you grade your recent benefits renewal season? Were clients satisfied with the process and the outcomes?
Unfortunately, most employers today hate their annual benefits renewal process—even if they love their broker. Despite the evolving healthcare industry and advancing technology, the majority of brokers still present renewals using antiquated spreadsheets. This approach to renewals is frustrating for employers and makes the renewal process unnecessarily complex and confusing.
Forward-thinking brokers understand that their clients want more from their benefits renewal process, and have implemented visual, dynamic software solutions to greatly improve client service and satisfaction. In this blog, we’ll look at a few brokers who have revolutionized their renewal process, to deliver exceptional client service and lock in retention.
Did you know that most employers hate their annual benefits renewal? It has nothing to do with the broker—they may even love their broker—but rather with the renewal process itself. While most insurance agencies pride themselves on excellent client service, they’re actually doing their clients a serious disservice using the traditional spreadsheet approach for benefits renewals.
This blog will share why your clients likely hated their last renewal and what you can do to upgrade the process—enhancing your client service in the process.
It’s that time of year: the leaves are changing, football is back… and the busy renewal season is coming up fast. In our last blog, we shared some insurance renewal strategies to combat the chaos that is annual renewal season.
This blog dives deeper into one of those renewal strategies: anticipating challenges and creating preemptive solutions. Embracing this insurance renewal strategy will streamline the entire process and save you (and your clients) valuable time. Here, we’ll list common renewal roadblocks and share ideas for how to make this year your smoothest yet.
Renewal season is coming up fast, and we all know it’s an extremely taxing and overwhelming time for benefits brokers. While you can’t necessarily reduce the volume of work, you can streamline certain processes to save you (and your clients) time and frustration. This blog examines three insurance renewal strategies to consider as you plan for the 2017 renewal season.
Social media is an excellent tool to attract and win more business, and insurance social media strategies are growing in popularity. While most insurance agents use social media to some extent, there are likely strategies you are missing out on. Learn 5 effective insurance social media strategies you should be incorporating into your business.
In a crowded, commoditized market, it’s critical that you know your key competitors, beyond the basics of who they are and their general marketing spiel. Why? Just like every other broker trying to increase their insurance sales, you are constantly looking for an edge, a differentiator that will get you in the door and eventually secure that BOR.
To do so, you must know the strengths, weaknesses, services, solutions and client perceptions of your top competitors, and understand how they stack up to your agency. Incorporating this knowledge into your sales pitch and approach can help you compete better and increase insurance sales.
In this blog, we’ll discuss how to research your competition and put that information into practice, to win more in head-to-head situations and increase insurance sales.
You likely already understand the benefits of selling more ancillary products, but we’ll review here:
- Help clients provide a more comprehensive and competitive benefits package
- Support employee health and productivity
- Earn more broker commission
- Build stronger client relationships by managing more of the employer’s benefits package
With those advantages in mind, we’ll examine some concrete strategies to sell more ancillary benefits products.