The ongoing suffering of SSP users has dominated the market news this week with reader clicks giving the issue a clean sweep of the top 5 most read.
Technology company confirms work undertaken with MIB and insurer partners to agree emergency processes.
Company to utilise broker facing comparison platform.
Insurer confirms offering is first in a series of new online products.
Reid French hints at further deals to come after the technology firm buys Relay Software.
Insurer adds 550 trades taking offering to over 1000.
Firm strikes deal with private equity house.
Voyager Insurance Services has launched a facility on its WEBroker online broker platform, giving access to its ‘Fresh Start’ home insurance product to nearly 1,000 brokers.
Company confirms push for telematics and app based business.
Matthew Wilson says broker business is still its main market as insurer launches direct online platform for small businesses.
MGA adds property owners products to the software platform.
Data available to direct and broking channels.
New offering to be called Go Get It
Free online service aims to help brokers accurately calculate the business interruption risk for individual commercial clients.
Insurer amends minimum premiums and adds additional optional covers.
Move marks software specialist’s first deal with a law firm.
CEO of HugHub says insurance needs to move with the times as consumers do not view themselves in silos.
New offering “has the potential to be a game changer for brokers” says Carruthers.
Strategy and innovation director Nick Rawlings says product launches on e-trade platform will depend on broker feedback.
Insurer says BrokerPal will enable brokers to access a wide range of products.
The range for Hiscox Trader includes PI, office, public and products liability, cyber and data insurance cover.
Move boosts range to seven lines.
Some legacy systems “not fit for purpose” – CDL roll-out to start this year with end of 2017 completion.
Timings still to be confirmed.