The move develops the software house’s access to cloud technology.
The function allows brokers to add Application Programming Interface to products themselves without the need to pay for additional development from the software house.
Norwegian-based insurtech start-up Cloud Insurance has opened a UK office and is targeting brokers, MGAs and insurers working in niche sectors such pet and health/well-being.
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Almost a year into the role as group CEO of Open GI, Simon Badley sat down with Insurance Age content director Jonathan Swift to talk about how he plans to build on existing foundations to make the software house the technology 'partner of choice' for…
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The new policy replaces NMUs existing computer offering.
Partnership will deliver a new online cloud-based platform for brokers.