Applied Systems is the leading global provider of cloud-based software that powers the business of insurance. Recognised as a pioneer in insurance automation and the innovation leader, Applied is the world’s largest provider of broker management systems, serving customers throughout the United States, Canada, the Republic of Ireland, and the United Kingdom. By automating the insurance lifecycle, Applied’s people and products enable millions of people around the world to safeguard and protect what matters most.
With increasing industry consolidation, new market entrants, and customer experience at an all-time high, this interactive infographic highlights why there is an urgent imperative for independent brokers to join the digital revolution of insurance in order to future-proof their business models.
In today’s uncertain circumstances, it’s critical for brokers to be able to evolve business operations and adopt technology to continue to serve customers. In this Broker Extra session, an expert panel discussed how brokers can build a road map to solution implementation and change management.
Crisis is what the insurance sector deals in, and brokers in particular pride themselves on being adaptable, innovative, solution makers. As part of Broker Week, BIBA's Graeme Trudgill stands up for the brokers who have worked through the Covid-19 crisis with aplomb and insight.
Many forward-thinking brokers have explored how they can utilise technology to better serve customers and attract even younger, digitally savvy prospects. In this article, Eileen McFadden, general manager, Arnold Clark Insurance Services, outlines the benefits of investing in new technology.
Insurance Age, in partnership with Applied Systems for Broker Week, has spoken to brokers about their experience of working from home. In part two of our analysis we focus on three key issues affecting brokers: communication; interactions with insurers; stress testing.
Insurance Age, in association with Applied Systems, explores how brokers have adapted how they work in response to the coronavirus pandemic and subsequent lockdown. In the first part of our analysis we delve into the adaptations required to work from home and some common issues experienced.
Coronavirus, the business interruption insurance row and black lives matter protests all present challenges for the insurance sector. In this blog, the Chartered Insurance Institute's CEO Sian Fisher explores the way forward for the broker market.
Designed for brokers who are reviewing their existing technology systems, this article highlights the benefits of using a foundational broker management system to serve customers and the steps your business can take to implement change and simplify the migration to a new system.
In this article, James Daly, director of Ravenhall Risk solutions, shares his organisation’s business continuity plan and provides insight into how brokers can continue to operate efficiently during an emergency, such as the Covid-19 pandemic, to reduce loss and mitigate business risk.
Insurance customers are now expecting to interact with your business and understand their policies no matter the time of day or location. This article focuses on how brokers can leverage customer self-service online portals to provide an anytime, anywhere service for policyholders.