r10 Consulting and Riskbook, an independent provider of reinsurance placement technology, are pleased to announce their strategic partnership. r10 will be the preferred global implementation and integration partner for the Riskbook platform.
Having worked with the Riskbook team since their early days, providing advisory services on product development and go-to-market strategy, the next step in this partnership will see r10 support Riskbook and their clients in implementing the product suite from Proof of Concept stage through to enterprise-wide utilisation. Working together, both organisations aim to radically improve the placing experience for Brokers and Underwriters through a user-friendly workflow tool which enables the rapid creation and sharing of data-rich digital risk profiles across all reinsurance products.
Amechi Peirce-Howe, Managing Partner of r10, said
“We are delighted to enter into a strategic partnership with Riskbook. Through this relationship, we will add value to Riskbook and their customers across the London and International reinsurance markets. We look forward to working with Riskbook to maximise the extensive benefits their innovative platform provides.”
Jerad Leigh, Co-Founder and CEO of Riskbook, added
“We are pleased and excited to welcome r10 as our preferred implementation partner. Our platform with the implementation expertise of r10 will help organisations to radically enhance productivity, while simultaneously delighting their teams with a phenomenal user experience designed exclusively for the reinsurance community.”
Riskbook is dedicated to improving the daily lives of reinsurance brokers and underwriters through a ‘digitally native’ reimagining of today’s placement process.
With Riskbook, brokers can easily share their risks with a worldwide audience of underwriters, who are in turn empowered to search and filter for risks that best match their appetite.
Reinsurance has always been a relationship-centric industry and Riskbook believes that the future of the market will be defined by larger, more diverse personal networks enabled by technology.
Learn more at http://www.riskbook.com