Performance Matters Associates debuts expanded new website

Performance Matters Associates debuts expanded new website

DALLAS, TEXAS—Performance Matters Associates, Inc., a national company that provides insurance benefits solutions and markets voluntary supplemental health products, has launched a brand-new website, www.pmausainc.com. The site offers interactive new features and expanded content to recruit prospective agents, educate consumers and serve employer groups.

PMA USA, proudly represents Washington National Insurance Company, and is dedicated to serving middle-income Americans with affordable benefit solutions.

The website’s new “Agent Opportunities” section showcases the many benefits of a career with PMA USA. Prospective agents can quickly learn more about the company’s training program, support services, rewards and recognition, and growth opportunities. Site visitors can watch compelling videos from individuals who are experiencing great success with PMA USA.

A new “Veterans” section specifically appeals to military personnel, who can discover how PMA USA enables them to apply their training and experience in an exciting new career.

For employer groups, the new website demonstrates PMA USA’s benefit solutions. The “Employers” section includes information and guidance to educate employers about PMA USA’s consumer tools, enrollment process and administrative support.

About Performance Matters Associates, Inc.
PMA USA, headquartered in Dallas, Texas, is a national company that provides insurance benefits solutions and markets voluntary supplemental health products. The company proudly represents Washington National Insurance Company, which has been serving working Americans and their families for more than 100 years. Washington National offers supplemental health, accident and life insurance to individuals and employer groups. Since 1995, Washington National has paid out more than $1.1 billion in claims to help protect customers from the costs of illnesses, injuries and accidents—and has paid nearly $2 billion more in premium-return benefits.