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K. Patrick Armstrong

Business Process Consultant

Resource Pro LLC

HQ Phone:  (212) 297-3114

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Resource Pro LLC

1180 Avenue of the Americas 16th Floor

New York City, New York,10036

United States

Company Description

About ReSource Pro: Founded in 2003 with corporate headquarters in New York City, ReSource Pro is the leading provider of processing solutions for insurance organizations. The company has over 1000 employees who process more than 3500 tasks for over 135 client... more.

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Background Information

Employment History

Business Process ConsultantReSource Pro , LLC


Vice President and Principal

Toole Insurance Agency


Reinsurance Broker

PWS (USA)


Affiliations

TriPoint Insurance, Inc.

Board Member


Education

Bachelors degree

Business Administration

College of Insurance


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What We Do – TriPoint | Performance Based Insurance

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Patrick Armstrong, Business Process Consultant, ReSource Pro, LLC


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Patrick Armstrong, Business Process Consultant
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Meet our people | Resource Pro

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K. Patrick Armstrong, CPCU, VP, Business Development
Patrick joins ReSource Pro with 20 years of insurance experience, most recently as Vice President and Principal of L.V. Toole Insurance Agency, Inc. of Lee, Massachusetts. Prior to the Toole Agency, he was a reinsurance broker with PWS (USA) Inc. in NYC. He has earned designations as CPCU (Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter), AIS (Associate in Insurance Services), and CWCA (Certified WorkComp Advisor). Patrick graduated with a Bachelors degree in Business Administration from the former College of Insurance (now St. John's University) in NYC.


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K. Patrick Armstrong, CPCU, VP, Business Development
Patrick joins ReSource Pro with 20 years of insurance experience, most recently as Vice President and Principal of L.V. Toole Insurance Agency, Inc. of Lee, Massachusetts. Prior to the Toole Agency, he was a reinsurance broker with PWS (USA) Inc. in NYC. He has earned designations as CPCU (Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter), AIS (Associate in Insurance Services), and CWCA (Certified WorkComp Advisor). Patrick graduated with a Bachelors degree in Business Administration from the former College of Insurance (now St. John's University) in NYC.


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Some perception differences may be a function of differences in access to information about the agency, according to K. Patrick Armstrong, CPCU, vice president of Business Development at ReSource Pro and a former independent agency principal and reinsurance broker.
"The different access to information cuts both ways," Armstrong says. "Employees have less insight into management decisions, and managers may have less insight into day to day operational issues." Armstrong says it's sometimes difficult for management to get a true look at the impact of change "because to a certain extent employees are reluctant to share negative information." Armstrong cites an example of managers, feeling financial constraints, deciding not to replace an employee who leaves the agency. The pressure then falls on the remaining service personnel to turn around more daily work amid rising service expectations. These same employees may also be learning new agency management systems, carrier platforms, or revised procedures at the same time. "While all of those things, on paper, seem to make sense, managers may not get a true read from folks once those procedures and those changes have been put in place," Armstrong says. Armstrong sees the data as proving that, even though only a third of agencies attain 75 percent of SOPs or higher, those heights are achievable. "Can you do that for 100 percent of all the work that needs to be done? Maybe you can, maybe you can't, but certainly I think the goal should be for an agency to have a written procedure for nearly all the work that is done, if not all of it," says Armstrong. He recommends that an agency that has below 75 percent of its activities defined by a SOP should make getting up toward 75 or 80 percent a short term goal. Armstrong and Epstein see having SOPs as a significant E&O control measure but the survey responses cast doubt on whether agencies see SOPs that way. Epstein and Armstrong spoke with Insurance Journal's Andy Simpson in a recent interview to further explore the agency operations gap and what to do about it.


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