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Security First Insurance: Innovation Drives Business Growth

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Security First Insurance: Innovation Drives Business Growth

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Security First Insurance
securityfirstflorida.com
Ormond Beach

# 29 MIDSIZED Company
3-TIME WINNER

Security First Insurance is a Florida-based, data-driven technology company that offers home insurance to Floridians. More than a traditional homeowner’s insurance company, Security First Insurance is recognized for developing award-winning mobile and video technology designed to provide an unparalleled customer experience.

Security First Insurance was the first homeowner’s insurance specialist in the nation to develop a mobile app. The Security First Mobile app includes an interactive storm tracker that allows users to plot their location and share their custom map in social media. In 2013, the company was given the IBM Smarter Commerce-Service award for developing the nation’s first social media disaster response communications technology. Security First Insurance recently received the Celent Model Insurer award for developing a personalized policyholder video sent to new customers.

In early 2019, the company is planning to move into a new 100,000- square-foot corporate headquarters located in Ormond Beach. The new building will be equipped with a fitness center, collaboration areas and plenty of room for expansion. Security First Insurance is projected to create at least 258 more jobs over the next five years. Please visit SecurityFirstFlorida.com/Careers for a list of opportunities. Insurance experience isn’t required for all positions. Now is a great time to join the Security First Team.

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