Quotall’s eTrade platform chosen for digital scheme distribution
Quotall is delighted to announce that their software has been selected by BGi.uk: Insurance Brokers. Quotall’s insurance platform will provide multi-currency B2C eTrade and digital distribution for BGI’s Health and Wellbeing Insurance facility.
Available to clients in the UK and Ireland, the facility can provide business insurance for therapists, practitioners and teachers working in and around the health and wellbeing sector; encompassing some 1,600 disciplines.
The insurance provided has already proven popular in what is an expanding market sector. Recognising an opportunity for further growth in a classic high volume, relatively low premium sector, BGi.uk identified the need for fast, efficient and flexible digital distribution. Having looked carefully at the Insurance software market and the options available, BGi.uk identified that Quotall was uniquely placed to deliver the solution that they require.
Commenting on the contract, BGi.uk Managing Director Nick Elwell, explained:
“As a broker we have identified the need to offer outstanding digital quote and buy facilities to our clients in this sector whilst leaving open the opportunity for personal contact and advice. Very often, these are small, owner-operated businesses who need to be able to buy the right insurance quickly and easily (often on a Sunday evening) whilst knowing that we are only a phone call away, if required, during the year.
We need a platform that offers a first class user experience for the consumer whilst allowing a great deal of flexibility in terms of product build and one that enables to trade in multiple currencies ‘out of the box’. This is an important step, a metamorphosis, in our journey to become a truly multi-channel insurance broker.”
Simon Ball, CEO at Quotall, said:
“We are delighted to be working with BGi.uk; a firm of Insurance Brokers that has developed a thorough understanding of what is required of a broker to be digitally successful.
Our platform is designed to make it simple for brokers and their customers to trade complex risks – making it ideal for schemes like BGi.uk’s Health and Wellbeing offering, where there are many potential variables.
We look forward to working closely with Nick and his team as the business grows, which it undoubtedly will in the coming months and years.”