NBIS launches new website, new look

By D.Ann Shiffler01 July 2009

NBIS in the US has launched a new website http://www.nbis.com/ with enhancements designed to offer increased efficiency for agents and brokers and to serve as an agent and broker resource for information and company news.

"Over the past 12 months, NBIS has successfully completed a total organizational re-engineering process and as a final step to the process, our management team embarked on establishing a ‘new look' for NBIS," said Kevin Cunningham, executive vice president. "We dedicate 100% of our resources to the ‘world of construction and transport risk management' and we strongly believe that the new look of NBIS, along with our new and improved website, embraces that concept."

Website highlights include improved product portfolio; online Report A Claim availability for customers and/or agents and brokers; and a ‘NBIS in the News' section, featuring published NBIS articles in related trade publications.

With operations in Atlanta, Baltimore, Chicago and San Diego, NBIS provides program underwriting, policy issuance, claims adjusting and customized risk management services as a specialty insurance provider for the construction and transport industry sectors to retail producers nationwide.

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