Kiln, the specialist insurance and reinsurance underwriting group, has just signed a contract to implement the latest version of Sequel's Eclipse Underwriting software for its Lloyd's platform.
Kiln's Chief Operating Officer Denise Garland, says: "We chose Sequel because of their expertise and experience in delivering a programme of this size and complexity. Their model office methodology was a particularly useful tool that helped us understand the investment we needed to make in this significant upgrade."
Michael Graham, Sequel's Sales and Marketing Director, says: "Kiln has taken a far sighted decision; its investment will help it take the challenges of an increasingly competitive market place in its stride."
"Powerful modern software is a key success ingredient in this market place - it builds business and ensures reputations. A system that works well and delivers - all the time - is great for business and ensures that firms' reputations are not compromised." Graham concludes.
Kiln has been a Sequel customer since 1993.
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