With the introduction
of the insurance module within the complete brokerage platform Bricknode continues
to deliver a unique offering. Within Bricknode Financial Systems brokers and
financial institutions can operate their businesses across multiple assets to
distribute great products to end customers.
STOCKHOLM, Jan. 9, 2014
Bricknode today announced the official launch of its insurance module
within Bricknode Financial Systems. The module offers complete support for Insurance
Intermediaries and Insurance
Agents as an end-to-end solution for functions like customer management,
sales, reconciliation and managing cash flows. Bricknode partners will now be
able to offer their end customers even more value within the same whole online
A unique feature of Bricknode Financial Systems (BFS) is the
possibility for partners to exchange services which each other in a seamless
way. For example, an organizer of structured products can distribute these
instruments to other platform users or sell and distribute services like feeds
or execution. Utilizing this framework, platform users will be able to quickly
sign up with insurance providers who are already available in BFS to reach a
short time to market.
“I am thrilled that Bricknode as one of the first providers
is able to introduce insurance management into a complete financial securities
system in the cloud. We see great demand globally within this segment of the
financial industry and this sets the stage for future innovative developments.”
said Stefan Willebrand, Executive Chairman of Bricknode.
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Stefan Willebrand, Executive Chairman
Bricknode is a young innovative company focusing on financial software. Our mission is to empower our business partners to deliver the best financial products to their end customers and partners in the most efficient way possible.
Bricknode Financial Systems is a cloud-based platform, which makes it possible for securities firms and other financial institutions to establish themselves online.