NIPR provides the insurance industry with a data warehouse of producer licensing information from all fifty states, the District of Columbia, and four U.S. territories. NIPR's products and services eliminate paperwork and data entry, allowing for increased productivity, and faster turnaround time for the producer licensing process. NIPR is a not‐for‐profit technology company that provides cost‐effective, streamlined, and uniform licensing data and compliance services for insurance professionals. Together with the NAIC and the insurance industry, NIPR protects and serves insurance consumers.
The integration provides a platform to manage licensing and appointments tasks for Agencies and Agents through Duck Creek Distribution Management. The system allows the user to 1) Validate Agency and Agent's NPN by using the Hit List service, 2) Pull the Agency and Agent's Licensing, Appointment, Demographic and Regulatory information using the PDB Import service and store in Distribution Management, 3) Perform Agency and Agent appointments with State DOI's using the Gateway service, 4) Update the Agency and Agent's information like license, appointment, demographic and regulatory in case of any change (the 'PDB Alerts'), and 5) perform appointment terminations.
This integration provides Duck Creek Distribution Management customers with an industry standard service out-of-the-box, licensed directly from Duck Creek.
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