Applied Systems goes mobile

Insurance software company Applied Systems has launched MobileProducer, an independent agent mobile application designed specifically for insurance producers that provides them instant access to client information.

The mobile interface allows producers to view accounts, activities, contacts and insurance policy information from a mobile device. Through MobileProducer, producers can also e-mail, add activities to the agency management system, and leverage GPS technology to map accounts and coordinate daily schedules.

“MobileProducer is a made-for-purpose app to provide producers the information that they want in the field in an intuitive format that takes advantage of the capabilities of mobile devices,” said Reid French, CEO of Applied Systems in a statement. “The independent insurance industry relies on its ability to service clients, and we believe the way people use technology and access information through mobile devices will change the future of the business of insurance.”

The company announced the release at TENCon 2012, its event for Applied Systems users. Conference attendees were provided a trial version of MobileProducer as part of the company’s initial beta release. Applied Systems plans for MobileProducer to go into controlled release in September of this year, with a general release scheduled for later in the fourth quarter.

The application works on the Apple iPad as well as tablet computers running the Android operating system. Through integration with Applied Systems Epic and TAM agency management systems, producers have on-demand access to the system of record.

About Applied Systems

Applied Systems is a leading provider of software that powers the business of insurance. The company is recognized as a pioneer in agency management systems and data exchange between agencies, brokers, carriers and their clients. By automating the insurance lifecycle, Applied Systems software enables millions of people around the world to safeguard and protect what matters most. To learn more, please visit