Applied Systems, a broker management system (BMS) provider, has become the latest company to collaborate with the Centre for Study of Insurance Operations (CSIO) on its My Proof of Insurance eDelivery platform. This marks an expansion of the existing partnership between Applied Systems and CSIO.
The company confirmed it will adopt the electronic pink slip delivery system in its Applied Epic and Applied TAM solutions. Applied Systems is the latest to adopt the My Proof of Insurance system following its official launch in February. The eDelivery software allows CSIO members to send customers their insurance documentation wirelessly to a device, eliminating the need for a pink slip.
Making it debut on Applied Epic, all lines of business and staff will be connected to the solution, while Applied TAM is a platform for automating tasks in management and client relationships.
Jeff Purdy, senior vice president of international operations at Applied Systems, said in a press release the company “has been committed for years to enabling our brokers and insurers to securely deliver policy documents, including pink slips, to the end insured through brokerage-branded online portals and mobile applications.” The continued collaboration with CSIO enables “brokers to reach their consumers across all channels while remaining in their daily workflows,” he said.
Earlier this year, Nova Scotia became the first province in Canada to open regulations to allow electronic proof of insurance. However, in Ontario the progress is slower and may not be introduced this year.