Agency Intelligence

Agency Intelligence


Agency intelligence podcast, is your top insurance podcast with two unique series that let you hear from and learn from both agency owners and industry influencers. Agents Influence is your weekly guide to the latest and greatest thought leaders the industry has to offer. Agency Intelligence covers real data from real agents in real agencies.

In today’s episode of Agents Influence podcast, host Jason Cass interviews Joey Giangola, the  Marketing Director of Ecommerce at Risk Placement Services. Joey talks about how to make insurance faster, easier, and more reliable. Joey also explains the significance of business relationships and educating agents with different processes and products.
What has Joey done since he went to RPS? (4:01)

Where does Joey think this industry was in 2011? (5:33)

Does Joey think we’re heading to the point where we could find a good consumer online? (10:43)

Joey explains how to make your agents comfortable with who you are. (11:55)

Joey explains the importance of allowing your consumers to come with you as a partner on this journey. (14:05)

Joey explains which direction RPS is trying to go. (18:47)

Joey says that RPS has done custom integration and focuses on the agent’s time. (20:00)

Joey thinks people are comfortable establishing a business if it can be managed easier. (24:59)

Joey explains that the easier data is understood and manipulated, the less of an issue it becomes for the consumer. (27:14)

What does RPS think about data? (29:13)

Does Joey think privacy is significant to people? (30:43)

Joey explains that people in the technology space justify things based on their knowledge. (39:00)

Is Joey going to do more podcasts? (55:39)

What was the last video game that Joey played? (1:01:34)

3 Key Points:
RPS is definitely trying to get ahead as much as they can in terms of leveraging.
RPS is eliminating unnecessary information that has been carried over, and this is something they think is going to get forward.
RPS just launched its first podcast called “Exchange Insurance”.
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