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Previsico partnered with Nexus Alpha USA, a hub for innovation in the U.S., to mitigate surface water flood losses for insurers and their customers in the U.S., one of the most affected markets. Previsico’s initial focus will be on New York, which has experienced serious flood issues and losses over the years, including last year, when a state of emergency was declared after it was hit by record rainfall and deadly flash floods as a result of Tropical Storm Ida.

Builders & Tradesmen’s Insurance Services, Inc. partnered with Ontario-based insurtech platform Kamillio. The uniquely intelligent Kamillio platform offers a new perspective on the insurance buying system, acting as a storefront that agents can use to deliver a modern customer experience. Brokers can easily add the extension directly to their websites, enabling consumers to quote and purchase their own general liability policies at any time that is convenient for them.

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