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QBE scheme added to Applied TAM commercial lines panel

QBE scheme added to Applied TAM commercial lines panel

QBE scheme added to Applied TAM commercial lines panel Insurance technology firm Applied Systems has launched QBE Mini Fleet on the Applied TAM’s commercial lines panel for UK users.
 
The addition of QBE Mini Fleet to the brokerage management system followed the launch of the insurer’s other schemes, QBE Tradesman and QBE Property Owners.
 
QBE is committed to increasing ease of trading online for our brokers through increased collaboration with our technology partners,” said Dave Greaves, head of SME at QBE.
 
“In expanding our relationship with Applied, we continue to provide brokers even more choice and direct access to underwriter information and tailored products designed to meet the unique needs of SME clients.”
 
Applied TAM, one of the most widely used cloud-based brokerage management systems in the world, allows brokers to automate daily operational processes, client policy information and insurer connectivity.
 
The system enables users to be more productive and focused on the core business of selling insurance and servicing their clients.
 
The company continues to see increasing connectivity and broker growth every month through its commercial lines panel, according to Jeff Purdy, senior vice president of international operations at Applied Systems.
 
“The addition of QBE Mini Fleet to our Commercial Lines panel further extends our brokers technology investment, providing enhanced automation and greater access to the broadest range of products and services for their clients to drive value and business growth.”
 
 
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