“It has been a great success. We are very pleased to have brought together with Allianz some of the main brokers in our community to share, analyze and debate together the strategic needs in terms of technology, connectivity and digitalization. An excellent experience to share ideas and listen to the runners' concerns. Without a doubt, we will repeat”. That's how forceful it seemed Helena Iglesias, Director of Sectoral Connectivity at ebroker, at the end of the I Triangle of Connectivity, a three-way debate that served to promote the short and medium-term strategy for new services and products.

For its part, Laura Villasevil, Director of Sales Development Allianz Insurance he pointed “It is always enriching and positive to bring together professionals of this category and have the opportunity to exchange impressions and knowledge about the day-to-day business and continue contributing to our ambition of turning Allianz into the reference company for our partners”.

During the work day, the current and future connectivity projects that dominate the agenda were mainly highlighted. The roadmap of the platform with Allianz, strengthening their alignment with the current needs of insurance brokers, such as optimization in portfolio management, proposals for the development of improvements in the field of fleet management and the promotion of the digital policy, the latter as one of the most transcendental points transmitted by the brokers. Likewise, they have shown great expectation for version VII of the EIAC standard and the aspects to be included in it.

Representatives of eight brokerages who came from different parts of Spain participated in the meeting; Insurance Brokerage Bank (Asturias), Central Brokers (Barcelona), Kalibo Insurance Brokerage (Zaragoza), Llull Segur (Majorca), Mutuarisk (Barcelona), Media Network (Valladolid), O. Brokers (Barcelona) and Insurance Unit (Murcia).

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