Talage powers the digital distribution of small commercial insurance, helping agents and carriers grow and manage their businesses.
By partnering with Talage, Coterie producers will now have access to Talage’s Wheelhous to more effectively use APIs through a single integration and automate manual processes for faster growth. Through this Wheelhouse integration, Coterie’s producers will have immediate access to user-friendly agent portals, online checkout capabilities, intuitive agency automation, and optimized agent-customer interactions.
What is Talage?
Talage develops digital distribution software solutions for small commercial insurance that transform the insurance quoting process for agents and carriers. Talage’s Wheelhouse technology empowers property and casualty (P&C) agents to sell small business coverages via any channel, allows carriers to more effectively use APIs, and automates manual processes for increased productivity.
How does this partnership benefit agents & brokers?
Digital distribution is a growing demand for insurance companies, agents, potential policyholders, and existing insureds. For insurTechs, like Coterie, Wheelhouse integration is a quick, easy path to providing digital purchasing options specific to the small business segment. Wheelhouse automates traditionally manual tasks in order to enhance the small business insurance purchasing experience and boost agent productivity.
“Having firsthand agent experience working with agents on small commercial accounts, I can tell you that access to digital tools is not yet widespread,” said Raymond Lynch, director of digital agent and broker distribution for Coterie. “A lot of insurance purchasing is still done via manual processes, and small commercial insurance, in particular, will benefit from the ability to go digital and automate applicable tasks. This integration with Talage’s Wheelhouse streamlines traditionally manual processes that slow efficiency and increase costs.”
“We appreciate Coterie’s dedication to simplifying the commercial insurance purchasing experience,” said Adam Kiefer, CEO of Talage. “This is a goal that we share, and we believe by working together, and through integrations such as this one, that commercial insurance can be more effective for business owners and more profitable for providers than ever before. We are looking forward to working with Coterie for years to come.”