Insurance software supplier insurE-com has announced a new deal withbroker Layton Blackham which will see its insur-E.tam system implementedacross all the intermediary's 11 sites.
Layton Blackham has also pledged to introduce the system into any newacquisitions made by the firm under its Quantum Leap scheme. The brokerwas the first to use the system in the UK and its decision comes as partof a three-year business development plan.
Jim McGuinness, chief executive of insurE-com, said: "It is ext
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