Milwaukee – April 7, 2012 – Dynamis Inc., the leading provider of health insurance plan optimization tools for insurance brokers announced the release of a real-time proposal generator for the Dynamic Plan Designer solution.
The passage of health reform and the shift to consumer-driven health care (CDHC) is forcing brokers to assist employers with making more complex decisions in less time. Brokers need solutions that allow them to be better consultants while spending less time with their customers.
“Brokers that differentiate themselves by providing consulting services need interactive decision support systems to simplify and quickly communicate the complexities of the new CDHC plan options,” commented Andy Nunemaker, CEO of Dynamis. “Our system allows brokers to interactively evaluate hundreds of plan options with employers in minutes. This creates a huge competitive advantage over the traditional three-ring binder analysis that takes weeks to complete for an employer.”
Dynamis' new tool is a true gamechanger for brokers and their clients.
“The new release adds a real-time reporting module. Brokers can now complete the analysis and print a professional final report in minutes,” commented Dan Morrill, Product Manager for Dynamis. “The new proposal generator creates a higher quality and more visual representation of the data, while saving hours per proposal.”
Dynamis is focused solely on providing health insurance sales support tools to insurance brokers. The Dynamic Plan Designer allows brokers to interactively analyze plan designs with employers, compressing evaluation of plan designs from months to minutes, resulting in improved close rates and revenue per producer. Dynamis’ solutions have proven to improve sales, enhance broker loyalty, improve agency efficiencies, lower customer acquisition costs, and improve customer satisfaction. For more information, contact Thomas Roshar at 877-511-7944 or visit the Dynamis website at www.dynamiscorp.com.
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