The upgrade aims to deliver enhanced capacity to deal with issues surrounding claims, specified items and property security, and will further improve the number and accuracy of the quotes provided, according to the provider.
Speaking about the upgrade, Mark Hutchings, sales & marketing director at Berkeley Alexander, commented: “Having worked closely with our adviser-users and network partners, we’re really pleased to be releasing these significant system improvements.
“Brokers will now be able to return more quotes, more often and obtain even better access to the 13 products offered by our 6 providers. Quote & Buy systems are constantly evolving, but we’re confident that these changes will re-affirm Berkeley Alexander as a leading-edge provider of household insurance to intermediaries.”
Nikki Haworth, sales & marketing director at Ingard Network, said: “Our members have only just started using the new system, but so far they’ve liked what they’ve seen. Berkeley Alexander work hard at their adviser relationships, and having listened to feedback, it looks like they have once again delivered what was needed.”