Distribution Connectivity in Commercial Insurance: Overview and Prominent Providers

Distribution connectivity solutions are enabling greater ease of communication and collaboration between insurers and their distribution.

Distribution connectivity continues to mature and consolidate as insurers and insurance distributors continue to push for more workflow digitalization in commercial lines quoting and submissions. Distribution connectivity solutions―platforms that facilitate communication and information transfer between insurers and distributors―have been broadly adopted and continue to evolve, adding new features and maturing capabilities.

This report provides an overview of the distribution connectivity space in commercial insurance, including recent trends, merger and acquisition activity, and prominent providers. It is based on interviews with prominent providers, conversations with industry CIOs about needs and market gaps, and secondary research across public domain sources such as vendor websites and press releases.

This report profiles the following vendors: Applied Systems, Appulate, Bold Penguin, bolt, Broker Buddha, Coforge, Dais, DistriBind, Ebix, Instabase, InsureZone, OWIT Global, Phinsys Limited, Quantemplate, Semsee, Talage, TowerIQ, Vertafore, VIPR, XDimensional Technologies, and Zywave.

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