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What happened to ProAg Webmail? ExponentHR? ProAg Marketing?
Any specific ProAg items that pertain directly to our agents or employees have been moved to the ProPortal site at Everything specific to internal business operations will be found on ProPortal, while the focus of our website will be the most current news, information, and public blogs from the executive team. We also will use to provide general updates to our agents and customers along with the general public.
Have a question about claims or compliance related to the drought of 2012?
As ProAg anticipates working closely with our agents to provide responsive service to our insureds, we would like to emphasize a few areas of focus that will help expedite claim payments. We have posted a full story on our ProAg news to provide these instructions. It can be found here. Still have a question? Please contact your agent or our claims team at Ask ProAg Claims.
Are the Approved Insurance Provider's (AIP's) going to be able to have the financial resources to manage the drought losses that are certain to be realized in the 2012 crop year?
Mike Connealy addresses this question in one of his latest blog posts "How it All Flows Through the SRA". If you have specific questions after reading this blog post, please feel free to leave Mike Connealy a comment or question. He will be glad to respond.

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