Celebrating 10 Years of Industry Leading Innovation
Since its inception a decade ago by visionary co-founders Chairman and CEO Travis Pine and President and COO Theresa (“TJ”) Johnston, Torrent Technologies has emerged as the future of flood insurance.
Torrent Technologies’ integrated suite of business software platforms and the company’s customer-focused service and support solutions have revolutionized the flood insurance landscape. Write Your Own (WYO) insurance companies and agents can now participate in the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) with the easiest-to-use, most compliance-oriented administration capabilities in the industry.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) approved Torrent as an NFIP flood vendor in September 2006. Earning this accreditation validated Torrent’s ability to effectively and accurately serve the dozens of WYO carriers and tens of thousands of agents that have since adopted Torrent’s products and services, experiencing the extraordinary time and cost-savings benefits of the only fully integrated 100% real-time, 100% web-based, and 100% paperless platform on the market. Now the second largest flood vendor in the market, Torrent takes pride in a 100% client retention rate.
“Torrent has served the NFIP well and has developed a number of forward-thinking initiatives that hold great potential for the Program. It’s a visionary but tactical organization bent on serving its clients and partners in their comprehensive needs today, and for tomorrow, in this highly dynamic business environment.” — Ed Pasterick, Former Member, Torrent Board of Directors, 41 years of NFIP experience
Torrent attracts top talent, and employs over 120 people with unparalleled expertise in technology, innovation, insurance, underwriting, claims, agency management, customer service, and future-forward business acumen. Torrent’s leadership team has over 200 years of combined flood industry experience, more than any other player in its landscape. Company headquarters in are Seattle, WA; flood vendor operations in Kalispell, MT; and government contracting offices are based in Washington, D.C.