Out on the streets, talking to people about ACORD forms, back in February. With fewer in-person meetings during the COVID era, we're confident the opinions expressed in this video still hold true.
Labor Day: good. Paper forms for commercial insurance: bad.
As you power down for the long weekend, a quick reminder that paper forms—or clunky PDFs—are appreciated by, well, no one.
Goodbye time wasted.
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