Open GI and Applied Systems pass Biba software house audit


The two providers announced separately that they passed the review which was prompted by problems with SSP last year.

Applied Systems and Open GI have separately announced that they have passed the British Insurance Brokers Association (Biba) review into the robustness of software houses.

The review, conducted by consultancy NCC Group, was prompted by failures at SSP last year which left some brokers unable to work normally for weeks.

Biba decided to begin a review following those failures.

According to Applied the review was conducted against the Broker Supplier Resilience Review Framework as approved by

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