The European Insurance Technology Awards are open for entries


Entries are open for the The European Insurance Technology Awards which are hosted by Insurance Post in partnership with sister Inforpro Digital brand L’Argus de l’assurance

The aim of the EITAs is to recognise the leading technologies and third-party vendors operating within the insurance industry across Europe, through an auditable and transparent methodology underpinned by a panel of judges comprising several experienced technology experts.

These include Bilge Mert, Andrew Rear, Helene Stanway, Mark Budd and Parul Kaul-Green alongside others.

Among the areas the EITAs aim to recognise is the market-leading technologies developed specifically for use by the insurance industry, designed to allow them to operate more efficiently, more transparently and more judiciously.

The awards will also acclaim innovation and addressing the European insurance industry’s most pressing business, regulatory, operational and technology needs.

The EITAs are free to enter, irrespective of the number of categories entrants choose to participate in.

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