Holloway Friendly upgrades IT for faster applications

clock

Holloway Friendly has upgraded its system in an effort to make quotations and applications quicker and easier for advisers.

The new system includes a new quotation server and a new application process and on-line form.

There also a new paperless system for submitting direct debits and declarations online. This means that once submitted there is no further paperwork for the adviser to complete or chase a client for.

Mat Manser, sales and marketing director for Holloway Friendly said: "The investment we have made in our IT systems has given us a sleeker, smoother application process.

"We have simplified the whole system and advisers will find it much easier to use. The end result is that policies can be in place and clients protected quicker."

More on Adviser / Broking

The golden opportunity for Group Income Protection

The golden opportunity for Group Income Protection

"I won’t ever end my advice journey with a client until I’ve talked GIP"

Lee Thomas
clock 20 May 2022 • 6 min read
Advisers reveal preference for continued virtual meetings

Advisers reveal preference for continued virtual meetings

According to CIExpert research

Hemma Visavadia
clock 19 May 2022 • 2 min read
How protection-writing intermediaries can navigate the cost-of-living crisis

How protection-writing intermediaries can navigate the cost-of-living crisis

“Communication is key”

Mike Pritchard
clock 18 May 2022 • 3 min read

Highlights

First episode of The COVER Review goes live!

First episode of The COVER Review goes live!

New monthly programme

John Brazier
clock 21 April 2022 • 1 min read
The Rising Stars of Protection: Adrian Benjamin

The Rising Stars of Protection: Adrian Benjamin

"Getting into the insurance industry is very difficult, I had to fight my way to get in"

Hemma Visavadia
clock 20 April 2022 • 6 min read
Where protection meets sustainability

Where protection meets sustainability

"Being a sustainable business means more than just meeting climate targets"

Hannah Godfrey
clock 19 April 2022 • 7 min read