COMMUNICATIONS HUB FOR P&C INSURERS

Hubio communic8 connects property and casualty insurers with external systems and integrates with third-party data.

CONNECTING INSURERS WITH THE WIDER WORLD

Our communications hub (communic8) enables insurers to integrate with third-parties, including data providers who help underwrite new business, effectively price new policies, assess risk, provide geospatial data, and with independent brokers and agents in securing new business and serving policyholders needs.

 

communic8 handles data from multiple broker management systems, allowing single entry of high-quality information in real-time and batch entry. With two-way integration, data can be captured and processed, mapped to the carrier’s core systems or portal, or processed within our hub. The carrier and broker can efficiently collaborate – to quote, sell and service their end-customers in near real-time.

 

communic8 is a fast comprehensive solution that makes it easy to do business with the carrier, and allows brokers to compete effectively. It can be used for upload and download services, quoting new business, binding this business, and making changes to existing policies.

Our team was able to take eDocs live quickly, and we are pleased with the effort from Hubio. They are a leader in broker connectivity technology, and we are very happy with the solution.

 

Matina Kipouros

Vice President Underwriting & Marketing at SMI

COMMUNIC8

BROCHURE

Streamline broker management systems connectivity and integrate easily with third-party insurance data.

DATA VOLUMES

Handle multiple data sources and high data volumes

APPLY BUSINESS LOGIC

Staging areas for review and edit as an option

ALLOW BROKERS TO SEND DATA

From their own system to the insurer, based upon pre-set criteria

SECURE DATA TRANSFER

With our proven modern platform

SUPPORT

All North American standards

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