Stingray Systems

Insurance Technologies Corporation (ITC)

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1415 Halsey Way , Suite 314
Carrollton, TX 75007
About Insurance Technologies Corporation (ITC)
  • ITC, founded in 1983, is a leading provider of marketing, rating and management software and services to the insurance industry, including independent agents and insurance carriers. Headquartered in Carrollton, Texas, ITC helps its customers across the United States grow their businesses and become more efficient through the philosophy of providing quality software and services. Currently, ITC serves more than 100 insurance companies and more than 5,000 agencies.

    ITC’s products make insurance agencies more efficient through automation, and our services help them to compete online through online marketing strategies and tactics that drive website traffic. We are dedicated to helping agencies grow and become successful so our products and services were created specifically for the needs of insurance agents.
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