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Roper Technologies acquires Vertafore, marking and accelerating our strength as the leader of InsurTech and our ability to deliver world-class products, thought leadership and our customers’ success.
The first Vertafore “Center of Excellence” and our new corporate headquarters opens in Denver, Colorado.
Vertafore acquires RiskMatch, a business intelligence and analytics company that provides industry-leading portfolio management and placement solutions to insurance brokers and carriers.
Vertafore is acquired by private equity and tech giants, Vista Equity Partners and Bain Capital. Amy Zupon is hired as Vertafore’s new CEO.
Vertafore acquires QQ Solutions, rounding out its status as the largest and most complete portfolio of Agency Management and Rating solutions for the independent insurance channel.
Amidst the changing technological landscape, Vertafore shifts its focus from product to market-focused segments, including Agency, Carrier and MGA/MGU specific software.
ARC merges with a similar, but newer, company called Agency Management Systems (AMS). The resulting company, known as ARC/AMS, begins marketing an in-agency micro-computer.
With almost a decade of preliminary successes under its belt, ARC acquires Agency Data Systems (ADS). Soon after, the ARCom’s User Group is formed—a precursor to modern-day NetVU.
ARC introduces a minicomputer system with software specifically built to meet the needs of independent insurance agents.
A company called Agency Records Control (ARC) began as a card tabulating service for independent insurance agents. ARC was the precursor to what we now know as Vertafore, while card tabulating was the precursor to what we now call computers.