Acturis’ rising revenues came from a “tremendous amount of broker interest” in the company, according to co-CEO Theo Duchen as the software house reported revenue of £62.2m and steady profit of £19.1m for 2017.
“We’ve had a lot of brokers coming onto the platform or expanding their use of the platform and that’s the primary driver,” Duchen told Insurance Age.
He added that Acturis has a “good pipeline” of brokers that are set to join in the coming year as well.
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