Insurance software house says it wants to translate its expertise into personal lines and niche areas

“Pushing the boundaries on more complex products” has helped insurance software house Acturis reach more than 12,000 users, head of sales and marketing Jeff McCracken said.

After several migration projects over the past 12 months, Acturis said it had grown its user base by 20% since October 2013.

McCracken said: “A healthy pipeline of brokers have committed to making the switch from competing systems to the Acturis underwriting, multi-channel distribution and administration system over the coming months.

“We’ve continued to invest in both our system and our team to ensure that we can offer the functionality and features that brokers and insurers need, not just now but that will help them trade more efficiently.

“We’re pushing the boundaries when it comes to the more complex commercial products and we’re looking to translate our expertise into personal lines and niche areas. That’s why more and more brokers are committing to use our system. They recognise the benefits and value that working with Acturis can bring to their business.”

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