Quotall's Simon Ball discusses how brokers can evolve to meet changing customer demands.
Software house to provide technology solutions to MGAA members.
Brokers on the software house can now use the service in the event of an insurance dispute.
Trade body says it aims to bridge the gap between the incumbent broker and InsurTech communities.
Specialist property broker moves to the Applied Epic platform.
Company says "disruptive" system will make it easier for brokers and insurers to enter the telematics insurance market.
The technology is available on the escape of water and residential distressed risk schemes.
Guillaume will take a NED role on the company’s main board.
Ray Vincent’s software platform is keen to speak to brokers active in the gap and warranty space.
Broker to migrate its schemes products onto the software house's Ski platform.
Provider says new data platform will give underwriters more time to focus on building relationships with brokers.
Firm says the platform will provide full-cycle functionality and a quick quote option.
Martin Friel cuts through the noise to get to the truth about cyber.
Brokers must look internationally to keep ahead of developments, says Aon Commercial Risk & Health Solutions' Martyn Denney
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The provider has increased limits to $150m (£116m) and made the product more flexible.
Car company is reportedly set to unveil a "compelling" insurance policy next month.
Start-up is backed by former LV boss Phil Bunker and Autoline founder Michael Blaney.
The scheme offers Waterlock technology and is supported by an app.
The vice president of business innovation at software platform, Guidewire, outlined key InsurTech trends and explained how brokers can use technology to get ahead.
Cyber specialist managing general agent Bewica is targeting brokers with a suite of tools including risk assessment and reporting tool
Specialist provider has created a health and technology underwriting team to work on the policy.
Brokers have to get to grips with a range of new risks when dealing with tech firms, writes Sam Barrett
The growth in new technologies such as the Internet of Things, artificial intelligence and automation is creating an ever-changing landscape that brokers have to navigate. Sam Barrett learns more