Proformex CEO earns recognition for Crain's Cleveland Business 2019 Notable Women in Entrepreneurship award
CLEVELAND, Ohio – May 8, 2019 – Proformex, creator of a proactive life insurance policy monitoring platform designed to give insurance agents, advisors and fiduciaries better oversight and visibility into the performance of in force life insurance policies, today announced that its CEO, Kris Beck has been selected as an honoree for the 2019 Crain’s Cleveland Business Notable Women in Entrepreneurship award.
Each year, Crain’s Cleveland Business provides the opportunity for Northeast Ohio businesses to nominate an inspiring female leader within their organization for recognition on this prestigious list. An internal selection committee reviews all nominations and selects the honorees who are making the most impact on Cleveland’s entrepreneurial business scene.
“Our team could not think of anyone more deserving of this recognition,” said Mike Pepe, Founder and President of Proformex. “Kris works tirelessly day-in and day-out to ensure our company continues on its path of success. She is truly an inspiration to us all.”
Kris Beck added: “I’m both honored and grateful to be chosen among so many other outstanding local female executives. As someone who aims to empower and mentor other women working in SaaS startups, this recognition serves as validation of my efforts. Thank you, Crain’s Cleveland Business for this honor.”
To see the full list of honorees, please visit the Crain’s Cleveland Business website.
Proformex provides life insurance inforce policy management solutions to independent agents, financial advisors and trustees. Our carrier and distribution agnostic platform enables customers to securely store, manage and analyze their entire inforce book of business in one place. Designed to expedite the policy review process and proactively alert customers of potential problems with their client’s life insurance policies, Proformex protects policies against lapsing, degradation and asset erosion.