The tech whizz who is the insurance lead at award-winning start-up InsurTech, Laka, discusses what new technologies brokers need to be aware of ahead of his InsurTech session at this year's Expo on 7 November.
InsurTech Futures: The MGA has also automated management liability policy wordings for some types of firms.
InsurTech Futures: Software house says product enables brokers to easier embed quote and bind functionality into a third party website.
The system is aimed at the broker market and has been designed to improve the online experience.
InsurTech Futures: Product will alert brokers and insurers to notable business changes that can impact pricing or risk selection.
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InsurTech Futures: The teams will receive mentoring and the opportunity to test their products as part of the Lloyd's Lab programme.
We talk with David Black, MD financial services at Google UK, about how the tech giant sees insurance evolving, disruption, and the place for brokers in a tech-led world.
The provider’s Rainbow suite of products is now available to brokers using the Acturis platform as the insurer commits to the broker channel.
Iovation's John Marsden considers the tools available to combat the scourge of ghostbroking.
SchemeServe COO John Price tells us what to expect from his sessions on 7 November.
The software house now has over 20,000 users.
He stepped down as CEO earlier this year but will remain as an NED in the company.
Telematics broker to be part of Markerstudy's retail and affinity division.
Research from Aviva also shows brokers fear technology will replace the human broker.
How can brokers use tech to manage claims and help customers prevent them? Martin Friel investigates
Move follows the software house's expansion into the German market.
Adapting to the future: Technology is changing the way SMEs buy insurance, but brokers have a vital role to play, says Ian Stutz
Applied's Jeff Purdy discusses the challenges and opportunities for brokers in the UK when it comes to adopting technology.
Six percent of cyber incidents were reported by the general insurance and protection sector.
Business says it can help an MGA to set up in about 10 weeks, guiding the process from initial contact to when the firm starts to underwrite.
InsurTech start-up FloodFlash says it is looking to work with more brokers.
Commercial director says the business has been working to create a more proactive customer experience.
Software house set to pursue more deals as document reveals it paid £3.5m for Surrey-based ICE InsureTech in November 2017.