The digital-first start-up has chosen Go-Insur as its platform with an initial focus on unoccupied home insurance.
Go-Insur joins MGAA
Pancentric's insurtech solution Go-Insur has officially joined the MGAA club - that's the Managing General Agents Association.
With increasing MGA demand for modern management and distribution technologies - and with many MGAs now using the Go-Insur platform - it's been an easy decision to join the MGAA club.
Go-Insur is a cloud-based MGA software management solution with hands-on UK-based support to help MGAs build and take insurance products to market at unparalleled speed.
The Managing General Agents Association (MGAA) is a key player in the MGA space promoting best practice and innovation.
"Digital technologies are a key success factor for MGAs to maximise distribution and efficiencies. We're delighted to join the MGAA to contribute to the growth and success of the sector" Simon Fenn, Director, Go-Insur & Pancentric
The Go-Insur solution enables MGAs to manage and distribute insurance products with ease across multiple channels with smart ways to white-label, embed, and optimise expansion. Integration with UK broker platform OpenGI, and alignment with Polaris standards, also offers distribution scale.
Go-Insur is used by MGAs digitising their existing operations as well as challenger brands looking to open up new markets in the UK, US and other regions. MGAs partnering with Go-Insur are wide-ranging, spanning specialty, commercial and personal lines - from war risk covers to non-standard household.
“We tried other MGA platform solutions for our Vessel Protect venture but Go-Insur proved far more flexible and the Pancentric team has delivered above and beyond our expectations." Chris Goddard, CEO, Vessel Protect
For more information about Go-Insur and to organise a demo click here.
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