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RFIB enters into partnership with VIPR

31st December 2018 - Author: Charlie Wood

International re/insurance broker RFIB has entered into a partnership with VIPR, an insurance industry IT solutions provider, in order to utilise the firm’s bordereaux management solution ‘Intrali’.

RFIB logoVIPR states that an impressive bid matching RFIB’s brief was submitted, highlighting evidence of how Intrali has helped the industry, as well as emphasising the system’s capabilities.

Angus Kennedy, Group Chief Information Officer for RFIB commented, “We saw clear opportunities in moving to a system for bordereaux management that allowed us to standardise multiple data sources and reap the resulting benefits of centralised processing and single-source business intelligence.”

“VIPR impressed us with their system and it was clear from the company’s reputation and professionalism that they could deliver for us. VIPR have worked well with our business and testing teams to tailor the system to our requirements and move into production quickly.”

“Our business is looking forward to benefiting from the software in the UK as well as looking at opportunities to roll out Intrali across our International operations.”

Bob Brown, VIPR’s Chief Executive Officer, added, “We are thrilled to be working with RFIB to strengthen our position in the broker sector.”

“RFIB have been testing Intrali in the build-up to go-live but are already effectively using system on live data. They will greatly benefit from the software helping to improve processes and produce the data they need for their customers. We look forward to working closely with the team, both now, and in the future.”

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