Competitive rates without the contract

Without a CRM or other unnecessary features, AgencyComp offers a superior program at a competitive price. Our innovative solution is available in three different packages to fit your needs, including a 14-day free trial. There are no long-term contracts, so you can cancel at any time.



100 clients

1 Additional User


No Credit Card Required


up to 100 clients

1 Additional User


Per Month


up to 500 clients

3 Additional Users


Per Month


Unlimited clients

5 Additional Users


Per Month

Additional users can only add data. They do not have access to the account profile or report information.

Frequently Asked Questions

For common questions about the AgencyComp product, see below.

Is AgencyComp online or do I need to download software?

AgencyComp is 100% online and available anywhere you have an internet connection.

Do I have to provide a credit card for the 14-day free trial?

A credit card is only required for a paid subscription.

Can I upgrade my subscription after the 14-day free trial?

You can upgrade to a paid subscription anytime before or after the 14-day free trial period. We will notify you before we delete your account.

There is no contract, correct?
Correct. Your subscription is month-to-month and can be canceled at any time.
Can I use AgencyComp to pay commissions to my agents?

The Analytics report can track paid commissions by carrier or agent.

How do I get started?

Click here to choose the plan that best fits your needs.

Is AgencyComp available outside of the United States?

At this time, AgencyComp is only available to agents based in the United States.

Is AgencyComp HIPAA compliant?
Since AgencyComp is not a Covered Entity or Business Associate, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (“HIPAA”) is not applicable to Agency Comp, LLC, or the Service.  As such, we disclaim any warranty of or liability for HIPAA compliance. Do not enter any User Content into the Service platform regarding any client’s health, medical condition, healthcare, or payment for healthcare. Here is a link to the website (U.S. Department of Health & Human Services) for further clarification on HIPAA applicability: