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Agencyport Overview

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Boston, MA
51 to 200 employees
Company - Private
Computer Hardware & Software
$10 to $25 million (USD) per year
It's all about engagement.

In the world of Property & Casualty insurance, there are two kinds of technology solutions: those built for a carrier's internal business process and those built for engaging with ... Read more

Agencyport Reviews

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Curt Stevenson
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  • "No "I" in Team"

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I have been working at Agencyport full-time


    Agencyport is a great example of the whole being greater than the sum of its parts. From the senior management group outward, the Agencyport team is smart, engaged and driven, and key decisions and strategies are the products of input from all corners of the company.


    Bandwidth is thin. The pending partnership with Duck Creek and APAX will help give the current team access to the resources they need to reach their full potential.

    Advice to Management

    As the company grows, do whatever possible to retain the open door, open mind culture that makes Agencyport great today.

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Agencyport Photos

Agencyport photo of: Victorious Agencyport Kickball Team
Agencyport photo of: 4th Annual Agencyport Pictionary Competition
Agencyport photo of: Agencyport Summer Outing - 2015 @ Southwick Zoo
Agencyport photo of: Agencyport Paintball Crew
Agencyport photo of: Paintball Victim and Director of Training and AP University, Lisa Gilgan
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Agencyport Interviews



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    Practice Lead Interview

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    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Average Interview


    I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Agencyport.


    I was interviewing with a lot of companies and Agencyport stood out as most attentive and transparent throughout the process. I spoke at first with the HR person who did an initial screening, and this was followed by an on-site interview with several people in the Boston office over a few hours. The last step was a remote interview with a practice Director in another office.

    The focus, once they identified that I clearly had the skills and experience to perform the role responsibilities, was on culture fit and collaboration/process.

    Everyone I spoke to seemed genuine and talented. The salary offer was fair and competitive. Although there is currently no bonus incentive except for certain employee roles, I was told this would be changing companywide with the acquisition soon. The benefits are comparable if not better than other places I've worked, and indication was given here as well that many of the bennies will likely improve as well once the transition to Duck Creek is complete. The HR person also did the best she could to accommodate some other requests I had.

    Overall a very positive experience and I'm excited about this opportunity.

    Interview Questions

    • Why are you interested in working for Agencyport. As far as I am concerned, wherever you interview you should at very least be able to provide a clear, thoughtful answer to this question-- otherwise you're just a person looking for a paycheck and not putting much thought into your career.   Answer Question
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