Category: Insurance

June CEO Blog

Once again politics has taken centre stage after the snap election threw up some intriguing results. The political train even stopped by Target’s offices in Newport in May as we welcomed the Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson.

January CEO Blog

Following the announcement of our acquisition by Tech Mahindra, this year is already shaping up to be an exciting one for us as we look forward to the next stage in our growth.

Ian and Bill’s monthly review – October

As the dust continues to settle following Brexit, the economic landscape is at least becoming a little clearer. The Bank of England has acted by cutting the base interest rate, to a new historic low of 0.25%.

UK insurance industry facing customer expectation gap according to our latest whitepaper

The Expectation Gap in the UK Insurance Industry has revealed that 40% of consumers do not believe that insurers treat customers well

Ian and Bill’s monthly review – May

We’re delighted to kick of this edition with the fantastic news that we were named as ‘Best Credit Services Provider’ at the recent 2016 Credit Today awards.

What’s stopping Insurance product innovation?

As Insurers continue to push their digital agendas and consumers demand more personalised engagement and compelling relevant products, two important questions come to mind

Keeping Insurance Brokers relevant in the digital age

It is fair to say that, as a breed, insurance intermediaries have long been the ‘Apple’ of the insurance market, offering innovative solutions, creative value added services and advice to their customers.

What is the affinity opportunity for intermediaries?

In our recent independent research, 56% of the market cited distribution as the greatest challenge and opportunity facing the insurance industry.

Policy Admin as a commodity – where is the value in a digital transformation?

Our recent independent survey of insurance professionals found that 70% of respondents called for “significant investment” from their businesses in technology to drive distribution decision making. A further 56% testified that distribution is both their greatest opportunity and the biggest challenge they face.