Policy Works appoints New CEO and President

Toronto, ON (Oct. 10, 2014) – Policy Works Inc. has announced an internal reorganization of its corporate structure designed to support its growth now and into the future. The reorganization includes the following:

  • The appointment of Kevin Campbell as Chief Executive Officer.
  • The appointment of John Eastly as President.

Effective June 2014, Kevin Campbell has been promoted from President to CEO, with responsibility for long-term strategy and realizing the company’s vision for the future of commercial lines.

Effective June 2014, John Eastly has been promoted from VP Product Development to President, with responsibility for managing the day-to-day operations of the business in accordance with the company’s current strategy.

“I feel that this internal reorganization better positions Policy Works to grow and to pursue our vision for mobility and connectivity,” says Kevin. “John has the passion and the discipline to take our operations to a new level of success, and it frees me to concentrate on our long-term goals.”

Kevin and John are co-founders of PWI and have worked together extensively. Prior to starting PWI, both worked for Hewlett Packard in the Calgary Product Center. Kevin earned a master’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Calgary. John earned a bachelor’s degree in computer science from the University of Calgary.

About Policy Works

Since 1992, Policy Works Inc. has been leading the development of Commercial Management Systems (CMS) for the Canadian insurance industry. Policy Works streamlines the commercial-lines workflow to manage the entire policy lifecycle efficiently and effectively. Policy Works is integrated with the industry’s leading BMS systems, including Applied Epic, TAM, SigXP, Power Broker and Deltek.

From straight-through upload and download to real-time policy lookup, Policy Works has pioneered commercial-lines data exchange in Canada. Our vision is to create Canada’s commercial-lines network by linking brokers and insurers.

Source: Policy Works Inc.

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