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State Fund is taking advantage of another opportunity to strengthen broker relationships as a Grand Sponsor of the 2011 YBA Sales and Leadership Conference June 9-12, 2011 in Napa Valley .
“Sponsoring the 2011 YBA Conference is important for State Fund because it provides a perfect opportunity for us to network with brokers and discuss what lies ahead not just for our organization but for the insurance industry as well,” said Rick Quintanilla, State Fund Marketing Director.
"We’re dedicated to our broker relationships and to supporting IBA West’s goal to provide valuable educational and professional training for young agents in venues like the YBA Conference,” added Quintanilla.
State Fund exists to provide California’s businesses a strong and stable choice for their workers’ compensation insurance while making California’s workplaces safer and helping injured employees return to work—all with no financial obligation from the public.
A number of changes have occurred within the organization in the past few years, explained Quintanilla and the immediate focus is to make it easier to do business with State Fund.
To reach that goal, the organization launched a refreshed, more user-friendly Web site –www.statefundca.com– and expanded its electronic broker interface. Through their Online Submissions tool, brokers with compatible agency management systems can now pre-populate insurance applications and submit them online.
And the Straight-Through Renewal process makes it easier for brokers to review and approve renewals and update their clients’ policy information. The renewal process is faster and easier than before, saving brokerages valuable time.
“Making it easier for brokers to provide quality service to their clients plays a key role in our business relationships,” said Quintanilla. “So naturally we want to make it as convenient as possible for them to do business with State Fund.”