Still Using GBS? Then It's Time To Explore Your Options


Soon the GBS service is being discontinued and you will be asked to change to a new system.

Instead of replacing one outdated agency management system with yet another outdated system, you should explore your options.

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Over time, commissions accounting became the primary function of GBS for many insurance brokers.

BenefitsGuide has a different approach where instead of having you do the tedious laborious task of entering and reconciling commissions and doing accounting and chasing down missing payments, we have partnered with a company called CommissionsDept.  They are an outsource insurance commissions accounting and reporting service that is integrated with BenefitsGuide and they do the work for you, click here to learn more.

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Imagine if you could eliminate redundant data entry across all the different applications that you are using to run your business:

  1. CRM
  2. agency management
  3. quoting
  4. benefits enrollment and administration platform
  5. commissions accounting
  6. document generation

You can eliminate redundant data entry and increase profits with BenefitsGuide, click here to learn more.

In terms of why BenefitsGuide built on the Salesforce Platform is a better solution than any one of the insurance industry specific applications that exist in their own “cloud”, check out this video overview.

You can schedule a demonstration directly on our calendar here.

About The Author

With over 20 years of experience in the world of employee benefits and insurance technology, Jason is the founder and chief evangelist of BenefitsGuide, an insurance agency management system and CRM built entirely on the Salesforce Platform that streamlines the process of selling and servicing group insurance and employee benefits from the perspective of an insurance broker, general agent, PEO, and insurance carrier. Jason also owns and oversees the group insurance brokerage based in New York that he founded in 1996.