American Management Corporation (AMC) began as a local insurance broker in Morrilton, Arkansas, in 1984, and quickly achieved success working with top oil retailers across the nation. Despite the rapid growth, owner Steve Strange Sr. kept a close rapport with his clients.
After learning that one of his clients was attempting to organize and account for their insurance paperwork for multiple locations in a mere shoebox – Strange knew there had to be a better way.
American Management Control Systems (AMCS) was created in 1987 to serve this need. AMCS began monitoring and verifying insurance certificates for a variety of clients including top names like Chevron, ExxonMobil, Shell Oil, BP, and United States Steel.
An industry veteran of over 30 years, AMCS has served over 30,000 locations and vendors all over the world. In fact, AMCS has been awarded Shell Oil Company’s “Quality Supplier of the Year” award on three different occasions.
Since the beginning the AMCS team has remained largely the same, bringing experience and now a newly-minted software to the table so that their clients can get back to doing what they do best – running their business.
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Experience meets customer service at AMCS. A majority of the AMCS employees have been involved since day one and they’re up to the challenge of getting their clients in 100% compliance.
Mendy Dixon, VP of the company, believes one of the things that truly sets AMCS apart is the tight-knit vibe of a company.
“That’s what we’re here for is to provide the best customer service that we can and protect our client’s assets.”
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American Management Control Systems specializes in collecting, verifying, and monitoring insurance certificates, OSHA, HSE, Pre-qualifying and Safety questionnaires of your vendors, suppliers, leases, franchisees and subcontractors.
AMCS provides risk management services for corporations whose affiliated operating entities are required to maintain certain specified insurance coverage. AMCS monitors each operating unit’s insurance coverage, compares it to the minimum insurance requirements of the corporation and reports its status to the corporation through a secured web site or reports as required. AMCS helps eliminate areas of insurance non-compliance by guiding the insured and their insurance agent on how the client expects to see the coverages listed on certificates of insurance. In turn this helps the client to see a reduced number of losses due to insurance non-compliance.
With one of AMCS’s long-term customers, less than ten percent of the services stations met the corporation’s minimum insurance requirements at the time of our contractual relationship began. Today, the percentage of station operators meeting that customer’s minimum insurance requirements consistently hits one hundred percent.