Roundtable Recording Features Advice from Technology Experts


For insurance professionals to stay competitive, it is important to stay on top of the latest technology. With so many solutions out there, making sense of the options available to you and your clients can make your head spin. Word & Brown is committed to helping brokers stay on top of available technology, and as part of that commitment, we recently hosted a 90-minute webinar with leaders representing three different platforms: Ease, Employee Navigator, and GoCo.


Our recording of the webinar will give you an opportunity to:

  • Hear directly from executives representing three leading tech providers
    • David Reid, CEO and co-founder, Ease
    • Lindsay Edgerley, Regional Sales Director, Employee Navigator
    • Nir Leibovich, CEO and co-founder, GoCo
  • Learn the ins and outs of each of the platforms
  • Get insight on what to look for in tech solutions


Today, human resources (HR) managers and business owners at small businesses are relying more on their insurance brokers than ever before. There has been strong growth for direct-to-employer HR software companies and payroll providers. Disruptive technology is moving into the benefits space, including players like Gusto, Namely, Zenefits, and others. Brokers need to be knowledgeable and prepared to respond to clients’ changing demands.


You can access our recorded Broker Technology webinar here. You can also schedule a demonstration of each of the platform discussed by clicking on the links below.


After listening to the recording and viewing the demos, if you have questions about how each platform integrates with Word & Brown, and how we will work with you to streamline your enrollments, contact the Account Management team. We’re here to help!


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