ARMD’s Duncan Jackson explains that there are opportunities in embedded insurance for brokers working in the regions.
The software house said it made the move to broaden its data enrichment capabilities.
A survey by parametric provider FloodFlash saw 71% of brokers say they have had to handle flood incidents for clients.
Firm states its ability to serve clients has not been impacted by the event.
Following the deal, the insurtech's team and its embedded technology will be positioned within Travelers' personal insurance segment.
The organisation said the use of imarket to place commercial lines business was at an “all time high”.
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CDL CEO Nigel Phillips sets out why brokers should be getting in on the action.
The software house achieved Ebitda of £26.7m for 2021 with revenue of £41.7m but post-tax profit fell to £12m.
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CFO Burkhard Keese will take on the role of COO while Bob James, director of marker transformation, will be responsible for the delivery of the company's Blueprint Two programme.
According to the MGA, the platform removes the need for brokers to rekey quote data and provides a full quote and bind service, from rating and pricing to core administration, data analytics, and full policy documentation at point of sale.
The deal also sees it move to CDL's Proteus system which the provider says gives faster access to competitive rates for brokers.
The specialist pet insurtech says move is a “major step” in the extension of its offering beyond insurance.
In its annual digital broker survey, the software provider unveils that 66% of brokers have a digital strategy in place while only 30% are integrating data analytics to gain business insight.
The provider says the product is available via brokers and provides short-term cover for full licence holders as well as provisional ones.
Managing director Ian Lloyd talks to Insurance Age about the services the company offers brokers, its products, and the role MGAs play in the broker space
The provider was previously using more than one tech provider.
Broker says the deal will enable it to expediate the quotation process, provide a more bespoke service for its customers, and offer risk insight to quoting insurers.
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The technology provider has said the new partnership will give brokers the tools to manage their cashflow better, develop products to market more quickly, and accelerate growth.
He was formerly COO at software house Applied Systems.