Applied Net 23: Power shifting to brokers, says Applied boss Taylor Rhodes

Taylor Rhodes, CEO of Applied Systems

Applied Systems is picking up the pace, with brokers in the UK having grabbed more market share this year, according to CEO Taylor Rhodes.

The technology specialist holds the top position in the US and Canadian markets, and the company is targeting the same spot in the UK. Earlier this year, Applied Systems Europe CEO Tom Needs told Insurance Age the firm would reach the 100 brokers on Epic in the UK milestone by the end of 2023.

Rhodes, pictured, stated: “We have taken more [market] share in the first nine months of the year than we have taken in the last four years combined. We are starting to pick up steam.”

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