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Guest Blog: Countdown to Insurance Act 2015 - Take a Break

Posted by Joanne Staphnill on Aug 11, 2016 11:00:00 AM

It's the last day before The Insurance Act 2015 (IA2015) comes into force (on 12 August 2016) Today we look at how warranties will be affected. Written by Joanne Staphnill from Triton Global.

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Topics: Insurance Act

Guest Blog: Countdown to Insurance Act 2015 - Basis of Contract

Posted by Joanne Staphnill on Aug 10, 2016 11:00:00 AM

WIth only two days to go until The Insurance Act 2015 (IA2015) coming into force (on 12 August 2016) our series of short blogs written by Joanne Staphnill from Triton Global takes a look at how 'basis of contract' will be affected.

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Topics: Insurance Act

Guest Blog: Countdown to Insurance Act 2015 - Is it Material?

Posted by Joanne Staphnill on Aug 9, 2016 11:00:00 AM

This is the second in our series of short blogs IN the run up to The Insurance Act 2015 (IA2015) coming into force on 12 August 2016. Written by Joanne Staphnill from Triton Global, this week she focuses on at what's changed with regards to 'Material' information:

  • Monday: Duty of 'Utmost Good Faith'
  • Today: 'Material' Information
  • Wednesday: ‘Basis of Contract’ 
  • Thursday: Warranties
  • Friday: Misrepresentation/Non-Disclosure
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Topics: Insurance Act

Guest Blog: Countdown to Insurance Act 2015 - Not in Good Faith

Posted by Joanne Staphnill on Aug 8, 2016 11:00:00 AM

The Insurance Act 2015 (IA2015) comes into force on 12 August 2016.  We're pleased to present a series of blogs each day this week,  written by Joanne Staphnill from Triton Global, an international firm of solicitors specialising in the defence of insurance claims.

Each blog covers a different topic relating to the Act, debating the potential implications of the new regulation. Today we start with the duty of 'utmost good faith'...

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Topics: Insurance Act

[GUIDE] Cyber Security: What You Need to Know

Posted by Elliott Seaton on Aug 5, 2016 10:17:46 AM

Cyber security is a topic that is often shrugged aside in the workplace. Many people seem to believe that data breaches and cyber attacks only happen on the bigger companies with more to lose. 

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Topics: cyber security

How G-Cloud 8 Can Help You

Posted by Abigail Moss on Aug 1, 2016 11:49:53 AM

We are delighted to announce that our products; EvoClaim (insurance claims management system) and EvoSafe (health and safety management software), are both now G-cloud 8 accredited.

Not to mention the fact that we are  the only supplier with an accredited insurance claims management system

We're pretty proud of that.

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Topics: cloud, cloud hosted, cloud software

Self Insurance: The Pros and Cons

Posted by Elliott Seaton on Jul 29, 2016 3:21:39 PM

This post is an except from our latest eBook 'A Beginners Guide to Self-Insurance' You can download the full eBook for free here.

Self-insurance has been around since the swinging 60’s, but really started gaining ground back in the late 80’s and early 90’s. During this time there was a limited market for commercial public sector insurance such as Public Liability, Employers Liability and Property Damage. 


Despite its name, it often doesn’t mean 'not being insured at all' (that would be silly); although, technically if you have a large enough fund, then anything can be self-insured. Generally speaking, it's the process of retaining the risk of any predictable losses, whilst insuring the unpredictable ones.


In this post we will take a look at the key advantages and disadvantages of Self-Insurance, to give you the best idea of whether or not it's right for you...

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Why Your Old Claims Management System Is Costing You Money

Posted by Elliott Seaton on Jul 22, 2016 11:34:03 AM

Last year, 3Sixty Systems commissioned some independent research where we polled a sample of UK Councils. The aim was to establish the true challenges being faced by local government with regards to claims management.

Two of the key findings were:

  • Almost 50% of local authorities do not use specialist software for managing claims
  • Of those that do, 96% are using a system that is over 4 years out of date

You can download the full whitepaper by clicking here.

So why is this such a big issue? And why is it costing councils so much? Continue reading to find out 5 Reasons Why...

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Topics: Insurance Claims Management

4 Ways Brexit Could Affect the UK Insurance Industry

Posted by Elliott Seaton on Jul 19, 2016 2:37:23 PM

June 23rd saw the UK's exit from the European Union. It came as a shock to many, with the Remain Campaign odds on favourites to come through victorious. 

A month on, the UK population are still non the wiser as to what the future holds. All Brexit related movement is rather slow  since David Cameron announced his departure from Downing Street. However, the speculators continue to voice their predictions and try to come up with the magic formula that will paint a picture; looking into the UK's future. 
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Topics: insurance, brexit, eu referendum

Harnessing the Power of Customer Complaints

Posted by Elliott Seaton on Jul 8, 2016 1:43:18 PM


Last year, Brits made 52 million formal complaints about products or services. It's true that we're a nation of complainers. And why shouldn't we be? If we've invested our hard earned cash into something, we should get exactly what we paid for.

And the way our complaint was handled, can often be the deciding factor in whether or not we return and buy again...

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Topics: complaints