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Wednesday, 27 July 2016

QBE's booming broker extranet unveils three more products

QBE’s fast-growing etrade platform launches three more products 

QBE has launched three new products for its fast-growing e-trade platform FastFlow.

Minibus, office and tradesman packages will be now be available for its 3,500-strong broker following. 

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It means the popular FastFlow platform has a menu of seven core products for brokers to pick.

FastFlow has grown by more than 50% in the past 12 months, according to QBE. The insurer appointed Corinne Pringle to the newly-created position of E-trade Manager.

Head of SME Dave Greaves said:  “The significant increase in brokers using our Fastflow system is a clear indication that we are doing things right.

 “Our approach has always been to help brokers to trade online easily with a team of empowered underwriters on hand to offer additional immediate support where required.

 “This year is about giving brokers even more choice and working with Corrine and the team we plan to introduce yet more products across more platforms”

Pringle has been with the FastFlow team for two years as a project manager and will report into Greaves in her new role.  

She will be rolling out an integrated SME e-trading strategy and leading a new e-trade development team.

QBE said that the new etrade products will have the full bells and whistles.

Office insurance includes contents, business interruption, employers’ liability, public liability and legal expenses as standard, with other options to suit. Quotes are available for over 400 trades.

Tradesman is a flexible product for traditional trades plus contractors, professionals, administrative and service industries, and can cover firms with a turnover of up to £2.5 million and 25 employees.

 

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