Philadelphia - With a focus on customer service, Philadelphia Insurance Companies launched a new corporate Internet site, The Philadelphia company, which designs, markets and underwrites specialty commercial and personal property and casualty insurance products for select target industries or niches including nonprofit organizations; the health, fitness and wellness industry; select classes of professional liability; the rental car industry and more, says the new Web site will provide self-service functionality to all agents and policyholders.    The project quickly evolved into an Internet "program," reports the company. The creation of a program provides the framework to efficiently and strategically prioritize and bundle enhancements that will ensure alignment with business goals.   The new Philadelphia Insurance Web site is designed to make doing business easier for a select group of "preferred agents" and a broader network of independent agents, which consists of 38 regional and field offices across the United States.   The new site includes enhanced menu navigation, and updated search functionality. Also enhanced is the site's login authentication, now featuring one login per agent or customer. Visitors to the site can browse policies, view claims, invoices, active lists, quotes, and auto ID cards. The carrier also added an online payments feature.   The project goals included an aggressive timeline, and the carrier's IT department and automated services division (project management/business requirements group) collaborated using in-house tools to manage information. The ultimate goal, says a company representative, is to provide feedback capabilities that enable a two-day response to any incoming question.     Source: Philadelphia Insurance Companies  

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