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InsurTech Futures: Software house says deal with Machine Learning Programs will enhance its proposition to brokers, insurers and MGAs.
Software firm, Applied Systems says the broker management system should help Romero to standardise data and operations across six locations and 180 employees.
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.
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.
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.
Applied's Jeff Purdy discusses the challenges and opportunities for brokers in the UK when it comes to adopting technology.
Commercial director says the business has been working to create a more proactive customer experience.
The software package will give customers 24/7 access to policies and claims.
More than 1,000 brokers to attend 7 November event.
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Taylor Rhodes will be the software house’s new chief executive.
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.