SchemeServe, a leading cloud based provider of insurance software for intermediaries, has successfully gained ISO 9001 (2015) accreditation. For brokers and insurers this gives assurance that the software provider consistently meets stringent quality control and regulatory requirements.
John Price, COO SchemeServe, explains the significance: “Insurers and brokers are now acutely aware of the impact financially and reputationally of poor disaster recovery and the need to carry out diligent checks on software providers. Intermediaries’ technology and systems are business critical, so they place great trust in their software provider. As a business, we have always been passionate about our service delivery but having the ISO 9001 stamp of approval gives our customers that added assurance that we take compliance seriously and they are in safe hands.”
SchemeServe now operates more than 200 schemes and £150m of gross written premium via its cloud based platform. It works with brokers of all shapes and sizes and is the platform of choice for brokers operating delegated authority schemes because it allows them to get schemes up and running in a matter of days and make any updates or introduce new products quickly and securely.
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SJ Wrigley at Spotlight Consulting: email@example.com or 07909 546104
Kelly Prior at Spotlight Consulting: firstname.lastname@example.org or 07730 572878
SchemeServe is a leading cloud based provider of software to the insurance industry which has grown to operate more than 200 schemes and £150m of gross written premium per annum. SchemeServe is a white-labelled administration, distribution and underwriting SaaS solution for those operating delegated authority schemes business in both personal and commercial lines.
The company’s ‘Scheme Tailors’ are all experienced insurance professionals and using SchemeServe they work with brokers to design bespoke white labelled solutions for customers in double time.
The SchemeServe philosophy is Remarkable Schemes Made Simple.