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FaithLife Financial implements ProCloud

Leading member-based insurance provider releases cloud-based system to provide advisors with leading edge software

ProComp Consulting, provider of cloud-based insurance illustration solutions, today announced that FaithLife Financial has released ProCloud, a cloud-based New Business and Inforce Illustration system, to its advisors, brokers and Client Services personnel. Committed to growth and providing its customers best-in-class products and services, FaithLife Financial is moving forward with a digital toolkit that advisors can easily access across multiple devices and platforms, making it simpler to present insurance solutions to clients.


"Increasing our growth opportunities required a strategic review of our organizations' distribution processes and enabling technologies. We realized that we needed to empower our advisors and brokers with a modern experience, including new digital tools to serve customers more effectively and efficiently. We are delighted to have gone live with this key component of our strategy: ProCloud, ProComp Consulting's New Business and Inforce Illustration system. Now FaithLife Financial agents and brokers are able to present new insurance solutions to their prospective clients and provide current and future projections for in-force policies during client reviews. This cloud-based solution enables easy onboarding, single sign-on, device independence, and effortless updates."

Glenn Hymers, President & CEO of FaithLife Financial

About FaithLife Financial FaithLife Financial is a member-based organization that provides insurance and investment solutions to more than 33,000 members across Canada. The company manages assets of $396 million, and has $3.2 billion of in-force insurance as of December 31, 2020.


"ProComp Consulting is delighted to be a strong partner to FaithLife Financial. ProCloud will support the organization's growth and service goals. We are proud to be able to provide a leading insurance software solution on an SME budget."

Joe Alaimo, President & CEO of ProComp Consulting


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