Influence the future of the industry.

Applied Client Network partners with other insurance industry organization to further advance our strategic initiatives and define standards within the industry. This includes the Agents Council for Technology (ACT),  the Associations & User Groups Information Exchange (AUGIE) and the Association of Cooperative Operations Research & Development (ACORD)

IMPACT Committee

The IMPACT (Industry Membership and Product Advocacy for Customer Technology) Committee works in coordination with internal Applied Systems teams as an advocate for Applied Client Network members to ensure ongoing development of agency management applications, and is responsible for developing external education, outreach, and advocacy initiatives within the larger agency/brokerage community.

The Agents Council for Technology (ACT)

The Agents Council for Technology (ACT) is a partnership of independent agents, companies, technology vendors, user groups, and associations dedicated to enhancing the use of technology and improving workflows within the independent agency system - supported by the Independent Insurance Agents and Brokers of America.

Associations & User Groups Information Exchange (AUGIE)

AUGIE, is a group of volunteers who work with vendors, carriers and other trade organizations in an effort to amplify the voice of automated agencies, hasten the implementation of ACORD Standards throughout the industry and collaborate on other industry initiatives of mutual interest to the participants.