Artificial are pleased to announce a new partnership with leading independent Lloyd's broker Ambris LLP.
The partnership brings together the best-in-class specialist knowledge of Ambris' brokers and the extensive technical capabilities of Artificial's insurance and engineering experts. The collaboration will enable Ambris' brokers to work more efficiently thanks to Artificial's digital quote, bind, issue and workflow technology.
John McCormack, Managing Director of Ambris, said:
Our partnership with Artificial combines expert technology with our specialist knowledge of the market, enabling our brokers to deliver the best products and to provide customers with a best-in-market experience.
David King, CCO and co-founder of Artificial, also commented on the new relationship:
We're really excited to be working with Ambris. Our mission is to make insurance frictionless, and by empowering Ambris' brokers to negotiate policies digitally and improve their workflow, we are adding real value to their business. Brokers are then free to generate value for their customers instead of being bogged down by repetitive manual tasks.
Artificial has strong traction in the marketplace and has developed their platform by working closely with brokers and insurers to address their specific challenges. Their modular platform, artificialOS, allows insurers and brokers to capture valuable data and digitally quote, bind and issue policies, increasing efficiency and reducing the administrative burden on brokers and underwriters.
Ambris LLP is an independent Lloyd's broker providing innovative solutions to their clients' ever changing insurance challenges. By digitising the administrative process of preparing quality submissions, quoting risks and issuing policies they can ensure more time is devoted to accessing the London markets vast underwriting expertise whilst negotiating unique solutions to the most unusual of risks. This new partnership will enable Ambris to further improve the quality of the service they can offer to their clients.
For more information, visit the Artificial website.