Honey Insurance has launched an innovative home and contents insurance product into the Australian market. Honey researched that over 50% of home claims are avoidable and that utilising in-home sensor technology would significantly assist in reducing home claims incidents. As part of their insurance product, Honey offers $250 of smart home sensors to detect preventable incidents such as fire, water damage and theft. For example, the sensors look for things like leaky water pipes, smoke and open garage doors.
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SSP is pleased to announce that regulatory approval for its acquisition by The Volaris Group has now been granted by the FCA.
Sacos Group Limited, the leading insurance provider in the Seychelles has selected and implemented SSP’s Insurance Platform.
Insurance technology specialist SSP is pleased to announce the launch of a new product with Direct Line for business, one of the UK’s leading commercial insurers.
Old Mutual, the largest insurer in the Zimbabwean territory, will be extending its long-standing relationship of over 26 years and upgrading to the new SSP Insurance Platform.
Insurance software provider SSP and Willis Towers Watson will work to optimise real-time pricing and time to market for insurance companies.
SSP is the first insurance technology vendor to make use of the new AWS Africa (Cape Town) Region, which they will utilise for all their African deployment.
SSP is delighted to announce that their Intelligent Quotes Hub (IQH) solution now has proven integration paths to join with all other major UK software houses, allowing for whole of market connectivity.