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TMCNet:  ITC TurboRater First Rater to Be Compatible with Windows 8

[November 27, 2012]

ITC TurboRater First Rater to Be Compatible with Windows 8

Carrollton, Texas, Nov 27, 2012 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) -- Insurance Technologies Corporation (ITC), a leading provider of marketing, rating and management software and services, announced today that the insurance rating software TurboRater and website rater TurboRater for Websites are fully compatible with Windows 8, Microsoft's latest operating system, and Internet Explorer 10.

"We've successfully completed Window 8 and Internet Explorer 10 compatibility testing for both TurboRater and TurboRater for Websites making our products the first comparative insurance rater and first website rater to be compatible with the new operating system," said AnMarie Bozick, CIC, comparative rating product manager at ITC. "We're committed to providing our agents with the latest technologies because as they buy new computers installed with Windows 8 and Internet Explorer 10, it will be essential to the daily operations and growth of their agencies for TurboRater to work correctly on their computers." TurboRater is the fastest home and auto insurance rating software in the United States with an average of four seconds to return the rates of multiple carriers. In addition to Internet Explorer 10, TurboRater is compatible with Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Safari.

System requirements for TurboRater: Must allow Javascript Must allow pop ups Must allow browser cookies Minimum resolution 1024 x 768 IE 7.0+, Firefox 2.0+, Chrome or Safari 1.5 mbps download or better (no dial up) TurboRater for Websites allows agents to provide real-time insurance quotes directly on their websites. In addition to Internet Explorer 10 compatibility, TurboRater for Websites also automatically detects when the user is on a mobile device and will display in a finger-friendly format.

About ITC Insurance Technologies Corporation (ITC), founded in 1983, is a leading provider of marketing, rating and agency 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. For more information, visit http://www.GetITC.com.

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