Blog: Ecosystems will be the saviour of brokers

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Technology developments, specifically around the ease of integration via application programming interfaces, has meant the concept of a technology ecosystem is now a reality, suggests Peter Goodman, Aventus CEO.

The market is familiar now with the term application programming interfaces. The ecosystem is formed by a network of integrations from within and outside of the insurance industry that work together

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