Insurance brokerage databases for customer insurance policies rely on computer codes to identify elements endorsements, discounts and coverages. But when different insurance companies use different codes for the same element, it can require more work from brokers wanting to analyze the data.
The Insurance Brokers Association of Ontario (IBAO) and Intact Insurance Company announced on Friday that they have created a working group to explore ways for brokers to integrate Intact’s new online Client Centre with their existing systems. This newly-formed group…
Aviva Canada announced on Wednesday that it has received its first presentation of ideas from its BrokerTech LaunchPad pilot program, “a program that gives insurance brokers the opportunity to present their ideas for technologies to disrupt, transform and lead the…
Major upheavals within many insurers’ underlying systems are necessary to answer the changing needs of the insurance world and the changing demands of consumers. Brokerages, in turn, will need to stay current with broker management system software releases to both access new connectivity capabilities and be able to offer the full set of data required by insurers.
Traci Boland, incoming president of the Insurance Brokers Association of Ontario, hopes that company and broker management systems will soon work together.
Beyond brokers themselves, good and accurate data is the lifeblood of brokerages today. Data is vital to meeting customer needs both today and in the future, meaning that when a broker management system conversion is needed, protecting and maintaining the integrity of that information is essential.
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