The trial gives you one week of access to see how our service works. All states are available for both the commercial and group benefits platforms, with limited search functionality. You can view the first 5 prospects (on the first 4 pages) of your results, however, the contact information is redacted. There is no limit to the number of searches you perform, however we reserve the right to terminate for usage inconsistent with the purpose of the trial.
Plans start at $50/mo for our Workers Comp subscription and $25/mo for Benefits (retirement/health) for unlimited access to a single state. Contact sales or log in to your trial account and navigate to the Subscribe page for full details.
Yes, printing and basic exporting is included in your subscription.
Starter Plans are limited to 200 exports per month, which resets on your billing date.
Agency Plans can export up to 1,000 records per export, and are not capped on number of exports, reserving the right to restrict excessive use.
Note that all accounts on a monthly billing cycle can export up to 90 days in advance of the current date. This limitation is removed when choosing an annual billing cycle.
We only deal in factual, reported information. Unfortunately, with minimal exception (DOT reporting, which is included in our data), Workers Compensation is the only type of coverage subject to a reporting requirement.
That said, not all carriers are ‘WC carriers’, meaning they will not write unsupported WC. So when you see those carriers writing WC, it is very likely that they write the other lines of coverage, and very likely that the xdates are concurrent.
Yup. Check out our Knowledge Base.
See for yourself with the trial. We only deal in factual, reported information. There are scenarios such as a mid-term policy changes, which will take time to be corrected as there is a lag in reporting. Keep in mind we are not the source, and subject to inaccuracies that occur during the reporting process.
Other scenarios do exist that can be perceived as inaccuracy, such as OCIP policies in the construction industry, and the poor reporting requirements that PEOs are afforded.
So while it is impossible to be 100% accurate when dealing with large data sets, we are fully aware of the caveats that come with them, and have more experience than anyone else in coming up with solutions to counteract.
Nothing is shared outside of your agency.
Agency plans provide team visibility. For example, if Agent X indicates they have contacted a prospect (through a note or flag), and that prospect overlaps in Agent Y’s list, Agent Y will see X’s activity and stay out of the way.
Workers Comp Expiration Dates and Carrier info update on a monthly to quarterly basis. Contact and Demographic info updates annually.
Contact data varies by state, industry and even specific regions within a given state. It also varies by size and the # of years a business has existed because it takes time for this information to become available. We suggest running a search with and without contact filters applied during the trial to see what your area is like.
You cannot freeze your billing.
Of course. In simple terms our Agency Plan is an annual commitment, with monthly or annual billing options. Our Starter Plan has a monthly or annual commitment option.
PEO type policies are included in the Commercial data platform, and the appropriate filters are included in our search menu. We have identified over 200,000 policies and their respective provider. You can see how many PEOs have been identified by state in the reports section of the KB (search PEO count).
This is included in Pipeburst (part of the Commercial platform), a new suite of tools for after the appointment has been secured. The Loss Run request component makes it easy to generate a loss release form, complete with carrier contact info, so all you have to do is email to insured for signature. Just verify the information, generate the pdf and you’re all set!