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Ray Vincent’s software platform is keen to speak to brokers active in the gap and warranty space.
Vincent led sale of Transactor to Open GI in 2017.
Software house says focus on Version 7 impacted numbers.
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Software specialists increase R&D spend.
Former Transactor chief Ray Vincent to focus on tech provider full-time following deal to sell the software house to Open GI.
The software house has partnered with Global Payments to offer the service to UK brokers.
The review was prompted by SSP's failures last year.
Market reacts as software house buys rival and promises investment in technology
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Open GI CEO Chris Guillaume notes that the aim is to combine the best bits of both companies' technologies.
Acquisition builds on purchase of Powerplace in 2013.
Users gain access to home insurance scheme.
Software company also breaks through £10m revenue barrier.
Software house says increase in hosting price is a result of the decline in value of the pound against the US dollar.
MGA to launch new commercial vehicle scheme via Transactor.
The trade association is looking to use an independent third party IT expert to assess how the major software houses would cope following a disaster.
Transactor's Ray Vincent calls for tech providers to be regulated by the FCA.
Company to utilise broker facing comparison platform.
The software house says the change will offer an “all new user experience” for brokers.
Deal includes private car, commercial vehicle and motorcycle policies.