COLLEGE STATION, TX, April 10, 2003 — Insurance Information Exchange (iiX), a leading provider of insurance underwriting services, has been approved to serve on the Industry Advisory Board (IAB) of the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators (AAMVA). iiX is a unit of ISO Claims Services, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Insurance Services Office, Inc. (ISO).
The IAB focuses on assisting AAMVA in its mission to serve jurisdictional representatives and the public in the administration of motor vehicles and public safety.
The IAB comprises representatives of private-sector firms and organizations that offer expertise and resources in furthering the goals of increased awareness, public service, uniform laws and regulations, and the improvement of national standards as they relate to motor vehicle administration.
"iiX is eager to learn more about key issues affecting jurisdictions with regard to privacy, security and dissemination of state data, as well as other issues that impact our industry," said Sean Quillivan, iiX general manager. "Serving on the IAB will allow us to strengthen our relationships with key jurisdiction personnel and provide expertise in the privacy arena," he added.
ISO is a leading source of information, products and services related to property and liability risk. For a broad spectrum of commercial and personal lines of insurance, ISO provides analytical and decision-support products, consulting, data processing and technical, statistical and actuarial services. ISO's products help customers with sales and prospecting, underwriting, rating and quoting, customer management, policy administration, product development, claims administration and fraud detection. ISO's AIR Worldwide subsidiary provides customers with the most advanced technologies to assess and manage natural and man-made extreme-event risk. Through its iiX and Intellicorp subsidiaries, ISO provides motor vehicle reports and criminal-records information and through its AscendantOne unit delivers policy-management and rating solutions. In the United States and around the world, ISO serves insurers, reinsurers, agents, brokers, self-insureds, risk managers, insurance regulators and other government agencies.
Founded in 1933, AAMVA actively promotes traffic safety and uniformity among North American jurisdictions. Representing motor vehicle administrators and law enforcement officials, the association develops uniform programs in driver licensing, vehicle titling/registration and motor carrier services, among others.