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Working Through Workflow

Real-time transactions are the name of the game, but are brokers ready to take advantage of the latest technologies?

ORBiT aims to help brokers get up to speed on workflow efficiency

The Organization for Real-Time Brokers in Transition (ORBiT) started in late 2008, as a group of concerned brokers and associated businesses came together to discuss what they saw as a problem plaguing the broker channel: complacency.

Should SEMCI stay or go?

It’s been nearly 20 years since the concept of single entry, multiple company interface (SEMCI) came to be in the insurance industry. Today, while some say we’re closer than we’ve ever been to achieving it, others say it’s time to let go of the SEMCI dream.

More bang for your e-buck

Designing and developing effective insurance websites.

7 Design Tips for Superb Sites

Tips and tricks for constructing a client-friendly website.

Web Design Tips for carriers and risk managers

Websites for Insurance Companies

Between Cool and Practical

Technology and social applications do offer a bridge between the cool and practical, with many insurers developing methods to utilize Web 2.0 in their business applications.

The Consumer Connection

The Consumer Connection

Social networking boosts consumer engagement, says Celent.

Shifting Landscape: Part II

Fresh leadership thinking. Change in distribution. Loss in market share. These are the top three issues for brokers, according to the second annual broker opinion survey, conducted by The French Group and Keal Technology in August 2009. (The first survey, conducted in July 2008, was a joint venture by The French Group and Canadian Insurance Magazine.)

Flexing Our Muscles

A mission to restore consumer confidence in the insurance industry netted a number of positive results, and showed that concentrating on the right message and consistent branding really does have a significant and positive effect.

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