Introducing comments

We’re launching comments to improve communication in Appulate. We’ve found out that our users make a lot of notes and decided to improve this popular feature.

You can now leave comments on markets and submissions. They’ll show up in real-time and can be used as a live chat for your company.

Your comments will only be visible to the users of your company. That way, you can bring more collaboration into the process and make sure everyone is on the same page. Read more

Adding markets to requests for a quote by default

Have you ever wondered if a list of markets you often submit to can be fixed, so you don’t have to add them each time you make a new submission? Some of you have, that’s why, based on our customers’ feedback, we decided to automate these actions.

We’ve rolled out a new feature allowing you to choose what markets you want to always have on the RFQ interface whenever you create a new request for a quote. Read more

Introducing indications

We started to implement indications in the Appulate system a while ago. Now we’ve added new statuses to help you track the progress and minor tweaks to smooth your user experience.

An indication is a non-binding rate of the estimated premium. If you are satisfied with the indication, you are expected to provide new information on the Q&A tab or market’s website to get a bindable quote. Read more

Quote cover page

We continue to expand the quote functionality. This time we’re implementing a quote cover page for market users. 

A quote cover page is an additional page attached to an uploaded or generated quote. This feature is implemented mainly for MGAs, since they need to provide information that affects the policy premium, such as commissions, or binding requirements not included in the quote. To turn on this feature for your company, please contact us at sales@appulate.com. Read more