More NewsUNUM selects US Interactive as AOR

UNUM selects US Interactive as AOR

Portland, ME-based UNUM Corp., a provider of disability insurance, hasselected US Interactive as its interactiveagency of record.

Portland, ME-based UNUM Corp., a provider of disability insurance, has selected US Interactive as its interactive agency of record.

“Our work with UNUM will involve our key three divisions, including Digital Marketing, Strategic Consulting, and Technology Solutions,” said Richard Masterson, US Interactive’s co-founder and president. “We will be responsible for a re-design of their existing Web site providing e-commerce, quite a bit of online media, developing broker and customer support extranets and helping them to migrate mainframe applications to their intranet.”

Billings were not disclosed.

Through its business units, UNUM provides insurance solutions to businesses and individuals in need of financial security and protection against hardships resulting from sickness, accidents and death.

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