The tech toolbox: What do brokers need?

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Technology has improved in leaps and bounds over the past several years, yet what exactly do brokers need in their technological toolbox in order to succeed in today’s insurance climate? Eleanore Robinson reports

With a plethora of options on the market, from self-service insurance, to chatbots, to multi-policy covers, deciding which technological solutions are best for their business can be difficult for brokers. New software or tools are arising in every area of core operational broker management, from policy and claims systems to data enrichment.

So, what are the essentials that every broker should have in their technology toolbox to help both their staff and customers?

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