Brighton, East Sussex (PRWEB UK) 21 January 2014
Applied Systems today announced that East Midlands-based insurance brokerage BHIB Ltd. has renewed its contract for Applied TAM UK, the insurance brokerage management system that provides a single solution to manage all client, policy administration and accounting functions.
For more than 25 years, BHIB has relied on Applied TAM UK to automate its core insurance processes. With Applied TAM UK, employees across the company’s two businesses are able to perform day-to-day operations more efficiently.
“Applied TAM UK offers flexibility that enables us to work more efficiently and increase the quality of service we provide to our customers,” said Mark Bamkin, director, BHIB Ltd. “As business acquisitions have increased the size and scale of our operations, Applied TAM UK has provided us a single platform to integrate and run our businesses.”
BHIB trades throughout the UK under the names B&R (Brett & Randall) and O’Connors and recently acquired Fehnerts. The company is also the trading division of Brokerbility Ltd, one of the country’s largest broking groups with 36 independent companies that control more than £500m in premiums.
“As consolidation is reshaping the UK insurance marketplace, BHIB and other leading brokerages continue to leverage Applied TAM UK because it provides flexibility for growth and a single view of their business,” said Jeff Purdy, senior vice president of international operations, Applied Systems. “We are proud to support BHIB and look forward to continuing our successful partnership.”
About Applied Systems
Applied Systems is a leading provider of software that powers the business of insurance. Applied is recognized as a pioneer in agency and brokerage management systems and data exchange between brokers and insurers and their clients. Automating the insurance lifecycle for more than 140,000 insurance professionals, 12,000 brokers and 350 insurers worldwide, Applied enables millions of people around the world to safeguard and protect what matters most.