Allied Insurance Brokers, Inc., a Pittsburgh-based insurance brokerage which caters to the business insurance requirements on a nationwide basis for the scaffolding, crane, rental equipment, wood products industries, and in the Pittsburgh region, nonprofit /social service organizations. is pleased to announce the following 2005 awards.
Assurex/PAR Excellence National Quality Management Program Award-
For the 13th year in a row, Allied has been named an award winner. This is an insurance industry award presented annually by the PAR Program, an organization comprised of approximately 75 of the leading insurance agents and brokers throughout the United States. The PAR award this year was given to six insurance agents and brokers in recognition of their total commitment to excellence in client services and a strong internal quality control program for its work product.
Agency Management Services(AMS) Automation Excellence Award-
First annual award presented by the AMS Users Group to the insurance agency that best exemplifies excellence in agency automation implementation. Allied was one of the six finalists from AMS’s more than 2,700 insurance agencies nationwide. The goal of this award is to celebrate innovative ideas that enhance agency efficiency, profitability and streamlined operations.
Allied was most recently selected by the Pittsburgh Business Times as One of the 2005 – 50 Best Places to Work in Western Pennsylvania. Allied’s results were based on their Human Resources program and an employee satisfaction survey.
Marty O’Brien, President of Allied, stated his company’s receipt of these awards and recognition demonstrates the competency, integrity and work ethic of Allied’s staff. Further, he stated that “We’re in a people oriented business and our staff ranks second to none when it comes to serving our clients.”
Allied Insurance Brokers is a retail, wholesale and program-underwriting manager located at Four Allegheny Center, Pittsburgh Pennsylvania.
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