Is the Sky the Limit when it comes to ‘the cloud’?

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It seems more objects than not are connected to the internet in some way or another. Whether it’s traditional technology such as computers, laptops, tablets and smartphones, or the less expected items such as household appliances, toys, cars, and drones; with an internet connection comes the opportunity to save information to what is commonly referred to as ‘the cloud’. But with so many internet-connected-things, surely the cloud is going to run out of space at some point, right? Continue reading

Ebix Evolution Launch Recap

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Broking Systems are not developed overnight, they evolve.

Ebix Australia doesn’t release a completely new broking system very often, so it was essential that we celebrate another milestone in the history of Ebix – the launch of Ebix Evolution.

Ebix Evolution is the first native cloud broking system from us, so it isn’t just another broking system released, it is the broking system that will change the technology behind  the insurance broking industry. Naturally, our presenters Leon d’Apice and Suzanne Connors, were excited to demonstrate it for our audience.  Continue reading

Why a CRM is an insurance broker’s bestfriend

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There’s no denying that the insurance industry is a highly competitive market. With more outsider businesses, such as banks and supermarkets, offering insurance products, the competitiveness of the insurance market is only looking to increase. How are SME insurance businesses, such as brokers, able to compete with the giants?

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What is cloud computing and why is it so popular?

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Cloud solutions continue to gain popularity both among consumers and businesses due to the many benefits they offer. You may have assumed it was just another passing buzzword. But with spending on cloud solutions in Australia predicted to approach $800M by 2019, it seems the cloud is here to stay, and with good reason.

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