Insurium™ Announces Appointment of Virginia Johnson Stanley as Senior Vice President of Business Development


SaaS Commercial Insurance Software Solutions Company Expands Market Reach with New Appointment of Industry Veteran Combined with Release of New Claims Management Solution

DENVER, February 07, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Insurium™, a cloud-based and market-leading core software platform for the commercial insurance industry, announced the appointment of industry veteran Virginia Johnson Stanley as SVP of Business Development. Virginia joins Insurium™ with over a decade of experience providing property and casualty insurance solutions working closely with claims administration systems and is a long-time trusted advisor to the self-insured market, carriers and TPAs.

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Insurium™ Announces the Appointment of Virginia Johnson Stanley as SVP of Business Development (Photo: Business Wire)

Prior to joining Insurium™, Virginia served as Strategic Account Director for Verisk Casualty Solutions, which acquired Franco Signor, LLC in September 2020. Her roles included new logo contracts for Medicare and Section 111, EDI and Analytics . In addition, she was the point person for numerous claims system partnerships and integrations for this product suite. At Franco Signor, LLC, Virginia served as Executive Vice President of National Accounts and was the subject matter expert for aligning and executing vendor partner and claims system integrations. Prior to Franco Signor, Virginia was a national executive for PRIUM (acquired by Genex, now Enlyte a Mitchell International, Inc. company), which provided pharmacy intervention solutions to improve patient care and claims outcomes, and vice -President of National Accounts at Gould & Lamb, LLC (acquired by ExamWorks, LLC).

“I am excited to join Insurium™ and be involved in the continued growth and success of the business serving the P&C market. My deep expertise and proven understanding of the unique needs in this space will pair well with existing clients. of Insurium, the new claims management solution and future growth plans,” said Virginia Johnson Stanley, senior vice president of business development at Insurium™.

Virginia holds an undergraduate degree from Florida Gulf Coast University and an MBA from Walden University. She is an active member of the Self Insurance Institute of America™ (SIIA) committee that advocates for the rights of self-insurance and alternative risk transfer in workers’ compensation. She is also a CLM member of the Claims and Litigation Management Alliance and a member of RIMS®, the risk management society.

“Virginia is a passionate leader and trusted advisor, who comes to Insurium™ with an outstanding track record and perfect alignment with our culture, goals and growth strategy,” said Jeremy Williams, President and CEO of ‘Insurium™.

About Insurium™

Insurium™, backed by Bow River Capital, is a market-leading InsureTech company that provides small and medium-sized commercial insurance companies with a 360-degree view of the lifecycle of the insurance process, all in one place. The Insurium™ platform is cloud-based software supporting core insurance operations functions such as underwriting, pricing, policy administration, billing, claims management, loss control , regulatory compliance, self-service portals, reporting and analytics. The company’s existing customer base includes a variety of property and casualty insurance companies, captives, public entity pools, self-insured (SIG) workers’ compensation groups, risk management companies and insurance companies. third-party administrators (TPA).

Contact Virginia at [email protected] to learn more about Insurium’s solutions. Learn more at insurium.com or follow the company on LinkedIn or Twitter.

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