Priority Data to provide Full Insurance Processing System: NFMRA signs contract with Priority Data for PDSPECTRUM

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Priority Data, an Omaha, NE based software and outsourcing firm, is in the final stages of development of a full insurance policy processing and management system (PDSpectrum) to serve primarily Mutual Insurance Companies and Managing General Agencies.  Nebraska Farmers Mutual Reinsurance Association (NFMRA), a Wahoo, NE based company, has signed a contract with Priority Data to provide PDSpectrum to all member companies along with their general agency.

Priority Data currently provides agent and consumer portals along with rating and underwriting engines with data integrations to insurance companies of all sizes.  This point of sale system is an industry leader and is delivered from the cloud with top notch services and programming.

“For over three decades Priority Data has provided quality solutions and services to various segments of the insurance industry,” said John Dunn, Director of Business Development for Priority Data.  “During our history we have regularly responded to requests and feedback from our clients and the industry at large this is just the latest example of that.”

NFMRA along with other companies have provided significant feedback and input to Priority Data on the design and requirements for PDSpectrum.  Andy Dokulil, Manager of NFMRA and member company Farmers Mutual United served on the product steering committee along with non-NFMRA company managers Jan Helling of Madelia Lake Crystal Mutual, Mark Nelson of Norwegian Mutual and Aaron Grove of Sverdrup Mutual.

“We are all very excited to start using PDSpectrum.  From the beginning the relationship has seemed more like a partnership where we are more than just a customer.  We look forward to continuing that into the future,” said Andy Dokulil, Manager of Nebraska Farmers Reinsurance Association.

“We are pleased continue to serve the insurance marketplace with a new product and excited to partner with the largest group for Nebraska Mutuals. PDSpectrum is being built using modern enterprise technology by our talented in-house development team,” explains Dave Mellor, CEO/Managing Partner of Priority Data. “We believe this approach will allow us to continue our history of top notch service and support to our clients.”

Priority Data will provide PDSpectrum as a hosted, cloud based program with no software to install on the client side, which will make it a great fit for medium and small insurance companies along with managing general agencies.  PDSpectrum includes all key features necessary to run a property and casualty insurance operation:  Administration, Claims, Underwriting, Rating, Billing, Accounting, Document Management and Agent Portals.

Nebraska Farmers Mutual Reinsurance Association consists of the following member companies:

Farmers Mutual Fire Insurance Company of Seward County, Pleasant Dale, NE

Farmers Mutual United Insurance Company, Wahoo, NE

German Mutual Insurance Company of Dodge County, Scribner, NE

German Farmers Mutual Assessment Insurance Association of Hall County, Grand Island, NE

Grange Mutual Insurance Company of Custer County, Broken Bow, NE

Mutual Insurance Company of Seward & Saline Counties, Crete, NE

Northern Nebraska United Mutual Insurance Company, Plainview, NE

Olive Branch Assessment Insurance Company, Sprague, NE

Polk and Butler Mutual Insurance Company, Osceola, NE

Scandinavian Mutual Insurance, Axtell, NE

Scandinavian Mutual Insurance Company of Polk County, Stromsburg, NE

Washington County Mutual Insurance Company, Blair, NE

Western United Mutual Insurance Association, Wilber, NE

York County Farmers Mutual Insurance Company, York, NE

For more information about Priority Data and PDSpectrum please contact John Dunn at 402-590-2506 or visit www.prioritydata.com

For more information about insurance from a member of Nebraska Farmers Mutual Reinsurance Association please contact Andy Dokulil at 402-443-4400.