Norwich Union (NU) is piloting new business administration for private motor on its online trading platform for brokers.
NU's e-broking system is already geared up to handle new business administration and mid-term adjustments for household business.
It can also handle mid-term adjustments for private motor business and quotations for self-employed workers and terrorism policies.
The pilot will trial new business policy administration for private cars, motorcycles and vans.
The NU e-broking system allows brokers to obtain quotes, confirm new business, make mid-term adjustments, check policy status and issue documentation.
NU e-propositions manager Chris Betts said: "It's a self-service option which puts brokers very much in control of their customer documentation and offers savings in admin time and costs."
The pilot comes after a recent redesign of NU's e-broking website based on broker feedback.
Among the changes, a series of fact sheets for brokers on topics such as marketing, regulation and technology have been added.