Prospect PEO & Payroll

The most advanced, timely and accurate PEO property and casualty data available. Target the right prospects, at the right time. Get insights into the market, and your competition.

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Available Data

  • Matched to Property & Casualty, OSHA, DOT, and Motor Carrier data.
  • Provider client lists
  • CRM interface to manage the sales process.
  • One click exporting for easy data migration
  • Market Analysis and Visualization Dashboards
  • PEO Provider
  • Policy Xdate
  • Premium
  • Current Carrier
  • Industry Code
  • Lead Location
  • Company Size
  • Contact Info
  • Historical Data

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Market Analysis

We can answer your most pressing market questions.

Custom Data

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People Are Talking

"Just wanted to drop you a quick note thanking you for this update. The producers and myself use your database on a daily basis and for multiple hours per day, and this update makes our jobs much easier and allows us to work more efficiently. Thank you!"

Dylan Lomax
Brown & Brown Metro, LLC

"It’s not easy to find prospects that fit within the appetite of what my agency is pursuing for new business. InsuranceXdate gives me the ability to type in the general contractor code, for example, and assign a geographical location and company size, I then get a spreadsheet with every company that falls into those parameters. I now have a call sheet with the name of the owner of the company, the address and phone number, along with other information."

Thomas Burke
Bowen, Miclette & Britt

"I actually do mailings every two weeks or so and your resource is invaluable to me and saves me 15 to 20 hours a month of research I was doing at home. I basically plan to be a subscriber indefinitely as the information I need changes from year to year and I need to stay on top of it."

Phil Rickenbach
NTI Group

From Our Blog

Eliminate Loss Run Deliberation in Underwriting

Just like Acord apps, thumbing (mousing) through loss runs sucks (just getting them sucks, especially from Erie). Page 1 is the expiring Pkg/Auto with Penn National, page 2 is three years of Zenith WC, page 3-5 is two years of Auto valued from last year, and so on. Unless all lines were with the same carrier, it is next to impossible to organize loss runs in an easily digestible manner. This post covers what to do about it and why you should do it.

100 'Essential' Class Codes to Keep You Busy

COVID-19 may have wreaked havoc on main street retail, and even halted the movie studios, but the insurance show goes on. With over 30 states closing 'non-essential' businesses we thought you could use some good news. So there's not much to this post other than a link to download a list of 100 'essential' classes of business. And yes, it's an excel file.