InsurTech Digital Risks Announces Aviva Partnership

Written byCameron Shearer
Updated 25th June 2016

Digital Risks, the new digital-first broker for technology and media businesses, has announced a partnership with Aviva to launch its combined commercial product. Designed to meet the needs of fast-growth and digitally focused start-up and SME businesses, the product is sold as a monthly subscription, rather than an annual commitment.

Cameron Shearer, CEO, Digital Risks, commented:

Digital Risk is offering the next generation of insurance delivery, tackling the legacy and digitisation issues that have plagued the industry. Using some of the most current technical frameworks developed by the likes of Facebook, our systems are infinitely scalable and can respond quickly to any changes, whether to our business, the market or regulation.

When putting together our Commercial Combined offering, Aviva was clearly the right option and we've worked hard with the team there to ensure that the product fits the subscription model we know that our customers demand and with the technology that they love. We're looking forward to a successful partnership!

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