Leading insurance technology firm Vertafore has named a new CEO as it prepares to launch several products and services to the market.
The company announced the appointment of Amy Zupon to the top role, which will take effect on Octo
ber 3. She will succeed Jeff Hawn.
“It will be a privilege to work alongside the Vertafore team to support insurance professionals in this time of change,” Zupon said.
“It’s exciting to be a part of an organization working to deliver the technology, people, and processes that can impact the operational excellence and financial success of our customers.”
Zupon said she will help Vertafore in supporting the business growth of insurance firms and the industry’s digital transformation.
Most recently serving as the CEO of P2 Energy Solutions, Zupon has led as chief technology officer and chief operating officer within the software industry.
She has also held executive leadership roles in technology firms, including those involving product development and management, marketing, customer support and professional services.
“Amy has the deep expertise for serving the needs of Vertafore’s customers, and a passion for bringing out the best in employees in support of high quality service to customers and improved outcomes for the insurance industry,” said Ian Loring, a managing director of Bain Capital Private Equity.
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