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A assurtech opens a laboratory of insurance products digital

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7 January 2019 13:30

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Slice Labs, a company that offers a digital platform with insurance on request, opened the Slice Launch Studio, a laboratory designed to stimulate the creation of insurance products to digital, in Toronto. Slice and Co-operators, partner in the lab, are inviting insurers and fintech of the world to their events, hackathons and discussions around emerging risks organized during the year.

Participants are invited to design, experiment, test, and deploy a new insurance product-on-demand via the cloud platform Slice. The company says that they currently work with insurers of the United States, Canada, United Kingdom and South-East Asia for the launch of insurance products upon request, using ” a methodology for product minimum viable for a launch in less than three months “.

“Reinvent a business that has been established”

“We have seen incredible results for the users of the services cloud platform, creating an environment that is challenging and fun to reinvent one of the longest established areas in the world, said Tim Attia, CEO of Slice Labs. The insurance application is not limited to insurers. The opening of the laboratory for technology companies that plan to integrate the insurance demand in digital products existing strengthens the transition of Slice, who was formerly an insurer in a shared application and a technology provider of cloud-based award-winning.

In 2018, Slice and Co-operators have launched duuo, a platform with insurance on request for the short-term rental to a property on sites like Airbnb, HomeAway and VRBO.

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