IMG Retools Online Broker Services
(INDIANAPOLIS) – IMG announced today that it launched enhancements to the Producer Area of its Web site, www.imglobal.com, a section of the site exclusively dedicated to its international insurance brokers. IMG contracted brokers can now access enhanced tools that will help them better manage their international clients, track their sales and access a broad base of support services. The new design incorporates feedback from IMG brokers, and comes as part of the company’s continued effort to develop a more cohesive Web presence, while optimizing the overall user experience.
“We are committed to our brokers and we place a tremendous value on their input and feedback,” said Jeff Nasser, Senior Vice President of International Marketing at IMG. “We recognize the importance of the relationships we have built with them, as well as the relationships they have with their clients. As such, we constantly strive to tailor our products and services to better meet their needs and the needs of their clients.”
Some of the new features of the Producer Area include:
- Improved security ensuring broker and client information is safe and secure
- Enhanced navigation that gives brokers quick access to information and resources
- Enhanced reporting functions for tracking sales and viewing customer information
- Streamlined access to all IMG accounts and resources in one location
Additionally, contracted brokers can access IMG’s international business support services; its diverse product line which includes long-term, short-term, individual and group plans; online training Webinars; marketing materials, which can be personalized; a variety of incentive programs; and a dedicated team of product and Internet marketing specialists.
Nasser added, “At the end of the day, we are a broker driven company. Giving them easy access to information, resources and the most current technology is a priority. These enhancements are another step in servicing the highest quality international insurance products available.”