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The Source launches new website

Source Insurance has today launched its new website which has been build to operate on all platforms, allowing users to access any area of the site in no more than two clicks.

The firm provides an online comparative quotation system that allows brokers and intermediaries to quote, compare and sell a range of general insurance policies and was one of the first companies to introduce insurance sourcing technology.

The new website includes all up to date content required by brokers and uses new technology such as live chat, real-time tracking of social media and an inbuilt rating runction.

Source head of sales and marketing Rob Rushton says, “We wanted to make the site easy to navigate, simple to use and allow users to find what they want quickly. At the same time we wanted to take advantage of the new technology that exists and we think we have achieved that.”

Source Anywhere, a multi-platform rebuild of the firm’s quoting engine is also targeted for release later this year.

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