Brokers have delivered a double top spot to Amazon in this week’s top five most clicked on stories. Also on the list are a big name departure, an acquisition and insurer results.
Allianz’s David Martin says brokers need to use their judgement when trying to keep up with technology and the changing market.
ZPG made unsolicited approaches to buy the aggregator which were “unanimously and unequivocally rejected” by the board according to a statement from Go Compare.
Markerstudy’s Gary Humphreys considers how to ‘stay down with the kids’, get ahead and save time in an increasingly digitised world.
The tech giant is seeking a product manager for EU product insurance and outlines its intention to “disrupt” the way traditional product services are acquired and delivered.
Sam Barrett explores how brokers can make the best use of app technology and looks into how to secure customer engagement.
A data company has stated that the tech firm is assembling an insurance team to disrupt the sector and is advertising for jobs.
New unit deals with personal and commercial lines business.
Former Transactor chief Ray Vincent to focus on tech provider full-time following deal to sell the software house to Open GI.
Markerstudy-owned business says offering can be white-labelled by brokers.
Embracing the InsurTech future: Nigel Phillips is excited about InsurTech and explains why brokers should be too
Broker to provide administration services for Neos' smart home insurance proposition.
App-based start-up says investment by Talis Capital and Peterson Ventures will go towards technical development and expanding its team.
MGA says new offering follows consultation with its broker partners.
The app looks to cover multiple types of insurance in a single plan.
Dylan Bourguignon, chief executive officer of so-sure, warns brokers that while InsurTech brings opportunities it is also a serious threat.
Firm predicts new service will help generate leads for brokers.
The insurer said the app has been designed to help customers save time when buying insurance and will also see Markerstudy move to offer on demand motor cover.
New project is now being rolled out to Marmalade's broker partners.
Glen Clarke, head of transformational propositions at Allianz, discusses why it is important for brokers to partner with InsurTech start-ups.
The business, which is an AR of Vibe MGA, is planning multiple lines of insurance on its app platform.
The software house has partnered with Global Payments to offer the service to UK brokers.
CyberDecider carries 16 policies and has been set up by Storm Guidance.
Boss open to idea of buying again in the UK.