Software house to provide technology solutions to MGAA members.
Specialist property broker moves to the Applied Epic platform.
Guillaume will take a NED role on the company’s main board.
Ray Vincent’s software platform is keen to speak to brokers active in the gap and warranty space.
Broker to migrate its schemes products onto the software house's Ski platform.
The vice president of business innovation at software platform, Guidewire, outlined key InsurTech trends and explained how brokers can use technology to get ahead.
Bank says the platform will aid regulated professions including insurance.
The native mobile application is free for Acturis brokers and available on Apple and Android systems.
Provider claims first to go live on the Acturis e-trading platform with stand-alone construction products available to brokers.
New backer replaces former investor Summit Partners and follows Insurance Age revealing last month that the software house was seeking fresh investment.
Ebitda grows to £28.7m from £27.2m as software house notes that there was some disruption in 2018 as it sought to make operational improvements.
Start-up MGA says platform gives brokers access to on demand cover and the sharing economy.
Broker Commercial & General has signed up to Iotatech’s pay-per-use platform.
André Symes from Genasys Technologies explains what APIs are and what brokers and insurers need to think about when starting their digital journeys.
Software house says broker made the switch to digitally transform its business.
Powis, who sold Fresh to Vantage earlier this year, is working with insurance technology provider Iotatech.
Investment in Applied Systems is not a sign of disruption to come and “testament to the independent agent being strong”.
The tech giant has invested a nine figure sum in the software house but CEO Reid French said brokers should not be concerned about data sharing or disintermediation.
Jeff Purdy considers how tech platforms can keep up with the UK consolidation boom.
Phillips on InsurTech, building the broker of tomorrow today and what comes next
The Lloyd’s broker, which also operates in Ireland, is looking to increase its presence for retail and wholesale markets.
CEO Robert Marshall says decision was made for financial reasons.
Wholesale arm of the broking group is currently in discussions to get products added to software houses.
The software house is working with provider Northdoor to help brokers check if individuals or companies appear on sanctions lists.