Jonathan Swift explains that brokers have a lot to learn from firms like Bunker, Cover Wallet, Embroker, and Next Insurance.
Earlier this month Oxbow Partners produced an interesting infographic on where Insurtech startups are concentrating their energies.
Tech provider says new offering will save time and reduce errors.
Market researchers team up to provide consumer insight.
With mobile devices, cloud computing and social media playing an increasing role in business practice, how can the insurance industry manage the risks?
Are insurance websites sophisticated enough for today’s consumer? Andrew Wormleighton asks
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has fined Policy Administration Services (PAS) £2,834,700 for poor complaints handling of mobile phone insurance policies.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has listed poor product design, unclear terms, and inadequate claims and complaints handling among the findings of its review into mobile phone insurance.
Mobile devices are key to both social and business transactions. What does this mean for brokers and what are the opportunities? Nigel Phillips explains why the sector cannot afford to ignore mobile
Esure Broker and Sheilas’ Wheels Broker have launched apps allowing existing customers to access their policies on smartphones.
Almost four in five British mobile phone users believe mobile phone insurance is unnecessary, according to research from Virgin Media.
In this month's edition of What The Papers Say, Ralph Savage, director at RTS Media, encourages businesses to unleash the geeks.
The British Insurance Brokers’ Association (Biba) has launched a ‘Find a Biba Broker’ app for iPhones and iPads.
RWA Compliance Services has launched a mobile phone app which it claimed could help avoid some of the pitfalls insurance brokers faced when trying to keep good records of client meetings and explanations given.
I got my first mobile phone about eight years ago – having fought a long battle with my mother, she finally realised my "I couldn't find a pay phone" excuse for consistently arriving home late and slightly the worse for wear from the 'cinema' would be…
Underwriting agency i-Digital Insurance and Lloyd’s insurer Jubilee have released a new policy to cover downloaded content held on computers, smartphones, mobiles devices and any other form of electronic equipment.
Lifestyle Services Group has appointed former Combined Insurance chief, Chris Harrison, as its new CEO.
Kiln has claimed it has delivered an industry first with the launch of an insurance product to protect mobile phone users against losses arising from ID theft and unauthorised payments.
Insurance2go.co.uk has said its policy covering mobile phone payment technology fraud is the first of its kind.
Insurers have been warned against rushing to create iPhone applications (apps) for basic insurance processes as Aviva became the latest insurer to launch an app.
Apple iPhone apps continue to be all the rage in the insurance industry. Aviva launched MyClaim, a free app enabling policyholders to file a motor insurance claim remotely from their iPhones.
Brokers are leading the way in the adoption of new technology in the Lloyd's market.
Aggregator Moneymaxim.co.uk has announced the launch of what it claims is the UK's first gadget insurance comparison service.
Internet-enabled mobile phones are the latest vehicle to be used to sell insurance with a host of apps already in production. Liz McMahon explores how brokers should approach this new method of distribution.