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clique insurance selected vertaforeThe award-winning commercial shipping platform for BOP and general liability lines of business. As the first MGA on the platform, Coterie will give independent agents even more options to link and quote small commercial insurance through a seamless, automated experience. The platform’s automated data entry systems and faster connectivity with carriers and MGAs have delivered transformative results for independent agents, helping them deliver a better experience for the business customers they serve.

Yoga was associated with, the first aggregator to offer its exclusive new van insurance product. Yoga is a data-enriched startup and one of the first self-serve brokers in the van market, giving customers the freedom to fully control their insurance through one online portal. The portal can be accessed through any device, anywhere, and at any time, allowing customers to make changes, cancel coverage, view documents, and renew policies instantly.

Goodville Mutual Insurance Group selected origami riskSAAS P&C’s multi-tenant billing and policy administration platform to drive speed, efficiency and facilitate growth in your expanding commercial and personal property and casualty insurance programs. By providing Goodville with technology-enabled tools and functionality for policy administration and billing, Origami’s platform will enable you to streamline your underwriting process.

IoT breakthrough selected lexisnexis Risk Solutions, provider of data and analytics to the insurance and automotive industries, as winner of “Connected Car – Insurance Solution of the Year” at the 7th Annual IoT Breakthrough Awards, honoring breakthrough solution innovation LexisNexis Telematics OnDemand. LexisNexis Telematics OnDemand helps insurers gain more scalable and convenient access to robust, standardized driving behavior attributes for their customers on a source-independent platform.

price summaries was associated with sure for API-integrated data solutions. Insurity is a leading provider of cloud-based software for P&C insurance carriers, brokers, and MGAs. This new API integration between Price Digests and Insurity gives insurers the ability to access full commercial truck specifications and current values ​​in real time, without leaving their existing business system. The new API development future-proofs the integration of values ​​and specifications for commercial trucks, commercial trailers and passenger vehicles, allowing for easy integration and growth of the relationship over time.

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