Applied Announces Year-Over-Year Growth of Digital Broker Software
07 February 2019
Rapid growth driven by broker demand for digital transformation across the insurance lifecycle
Brighton, UK – Feb. 7, 2019 – Applied Systems today announced that the global adoption of its Digital Broker software has increased by 142 percent year over year. Specifically, the UK increased by 93 percent.
Applied’s Digital Broker software consists of a single management system, mobile technology, insurer connectivity and the cloud. The fully integrated software enables brokers to create higher-value business transactions and deliver superior customer experiences throughout the entire insurance lifecycle. By leveraging integrated software applications that enable brokers to manage their entire business, digital brokers operate more efficiently, better leverage insurer relationships, improve customer service, and accelerate growth and profitability across all lines of business.
“As the increased pace of innovation and change has driven brokers to digitally transform, they are reaping the benefits of becoming Digital Brokers in areas such as growth, efficiency, customer satisfaction, advice and trust,” said Michael Howe, senior vice president of Product Management, Applied Systems. “Applied’s Digital Broker software is the only solution available in the market to seamlessly integrate these technologies, enabling brokers to effectively automate their businesses and connect to their insureds and insurers.”
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About Applied Systems
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 agency and brokerage 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.